Apart from the usual smarmy ABC moralising because the subject works for another network, I'm in two minds about the Matthew Johns affair. On the one hand the morals and behaviour of our elite sportsmen (when is someone going to peep into the morals and behaviour of our elite sportsWOMEN??) is pathetic, to say the least. Booze (and possibly drugs) is always the common factor, and an unchanging belief that because they are who they are, the rules of society, and even the law, do not apply to THEM, seems to underpin most of what they do. And what else goes on that we don't (and probably WON'T ) hear about doesn't bear thinking about. BUT, it's surely pretty impossible for a woman who has consensual sex with six men to claim later that she was traumatised by it, AND BLAME THE MEN for the trauma??? Surely the trauma, if it exists, is a consequence of the actions SHE chose to take at the time? That she now regrets it, is understandable, but we all have to live with the consequences of the actions we take, rightly or wrongly. And I wonder if this woman would be making a similar claim if the participants had been the local "D" grade team, not international stars of the game?