The most celebrated man in Aussie Rules football has today revealed that he’s sparing no expense when it comes to glitz and glamour at his end of season premiership party in Sydney’s wild west.

Off the back of a low-key Mad Monday which followed a Brownlow Medal, AFL Premiership and Grand Final best and fairest, the heavily-tattooed 26-year-old made his way back home to party with his childhood mates in Campbelltown.

It is believed that the party, which was hosted by Dusty and close mate Dane Swan, recently put in an order with the hotel management for another 23 boxes of gold-wrapped crownies and a further six more boxes of Cruisers (Pineapple and Guava).

Dusty has successfully avoided all media throughout the day, but his mates that were out front having a smoke say it was lit, and it’s great to see one of the boys acknowledging their roots by coming back to the trap with some dosh.

Dusty’s uncouth attitude towards the elitist Victorian game earnt him headlines last week as well, when it was revealed that he had kissed his lucky trolley poll each night before his finals showdowns.

Dusty said he was treating each match in his finals dash just like he would treat a scrap in the car park of Macarthur Square shopping centre.

“I’ve faced up against scarier c*nts than the blokes [I play football against]” he said.

“Have you ever met actual people from Greater Western Sydney”

“We just show these c*nts that we are ready to ogays” he said, as he kisses he lucky trolley pole, which he still carries in the boot of his Lancer.

“If they wanna G.O, they’ll find a blue here”

This isn’t the first time ‘Dusty’ has made headlines with the Betoota Advocate, in 2015 he was praised for his proud cultural ties to the areas of Campbelltown and Castlemaine with his controversial ‘houso war dance’.

In 2016 he stole the show at the annual Brownlow Medal with his ‘hectic’ Nike TN footwear.



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