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AFL players allegedly attended bucks party at notorious party house

South Australian police have allegedly confirmed that they have received a call, but police have taken no action after the anonymous complaint regarding an AFL player’s bucks party at a notorious party house.

The Adelaide Advertiser initially alleged that at least 10 men, including many AFL players from Port Adelaide and Victorian-based clubs attended three-day bucks party at a rented beach house in Moana, south of Adelaide, which was hosted by Western Bulldogs defender Jackson Trengove.

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According to reports the bucks party lasted from Friday night to Sunday at the seven-bedroom beach house in Moana, $2000-a-night. However, there was no complaint of wrongdoing or illegality in the party.

South Australia Police have reportedly confirmed that they received a call at 12.30 pm (ACDT) on Saturday by an anonymous caller, who complained about the noise that was coming from the house.

A police spokesman said, “Police received a call about a noisy party occurring at a Maidencombe Drive, Moana address. As the information received was from an anonymous complainant, and this was the only complaint about the address, police did not attend.”

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