Shocking moment two rugby stars mock homeless man as player 'cuddle and humps' him as he sleeps on the street

TWO rugby stars recorded themselves cruelly mocking a homeless man with one of them appearing to cuddle and hump him as he slept on the street.

The Ospreys aces Matthew Aubrey, 24, and Callum Carson, 22, were seen taunting the rough sleeper in Cardiff city centre.

The vile video, posted on Aubrey's Snapchat account, shows them fooling around in the street before ridiculing the man.

Callous Carson approaches the rough sleeper, climbs onto the makeshift bed and wraps his arms around the man.

He shuts his eyes as though he is sleeping before looking directly at the camera and laughing with his teammate.

The 22-year-old then begins thrusting his hips against the unidentified man – who appears to be sleeping through the ordeal.

The incident has believed to have taken place just yards away from a Hilton hotel in Cardiff.

Both players have been suspended with immediate effect after the footage emerged, with the rugby club branding the behaviour "totally unacceptable".

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The duo have been slammed online in wake of the "sickening" display, while some demanded they should immediately be sacked.

A statement from the Ospreys said: "The behaviour shown in this video is totally unacceptable and not condoned by anyone associated with the Ospreys.

"Both individuals have been suspended with immediate effect, pending further investigation.

"The Ospreys would like to apologise to the person involved, and reinforce that this behaviour in no way represents our values.

"We will be making no further comment at this time."

Aubrey made his debut for the Ospreys in 2016 and previously played for the club's academy and Swansea RFC.

And Carson, who made his Wales U20s debut in 2018, also plays for Wales Sevens.

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