AFL: Ex-Eagles Brownlow Medallist, Ben Cousins In Roadside Mental Breakdown

AFL: Ex-Eagles Brownlow Medallist, Ben Cousins In Roadside Mental Breakdown

In another bizarre event involving the troubled Ex-Eagles and then Richmond star, the 37 year old found himself in the spotlight again for his strange behavior which seemed to highlight the ongoing tragic relationship Cousins has with illegal drugs.

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After a spate of erratic incidents, notably the booze bus avoidance whereby he jumped into a river to thwart Police attempts to arrest him and also breaking entry in to the Special Air Service (SAS) base, notwithstanding his moments inside a Sikh temple. It was reported the former winner of six All Australian jumpers was found in a incoherent manner attempting to direct traffic on a Highway in Perth.


The latest incident has sparked multiple well wishers to speak out about their upset over the decline of the star who played 270 AFL games in his successful career, even the West Coast Eagles Chief Exec would return the memorable 2006 premiership win, which Cousins was an instrumental force, for the mental sanity and health of Cousins and other ex-Eagles players who seem to have fallen victim to substance abuse.

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