HAIR APPARENT: West Tigers captain Aaron Woods' flowing locks were a target in the loss to the Sea Eagles on Sunday
HAIR APPARENT: West Tigers captain Aaron Woods' flowing locks were a target in the loss to the Sea Eagles on Sunday PAUL MILLER

Lussick faces $1350 pay haircut for grabbing Woods' locks

MANLY'S Darcy Lussick is facing a $1350 fine for pulling Aaron Woods' hair in a tackle in Sunday's 28-16 win over Wests Tigers.

Prop Lussick pulled Woods down by his long hair as the Tigers captain ran the ball up early in the second half.

Lussick can accept the fine with an early guilty plea for the contrary conduct charge over the incident.

Meanwhile, Tigers forward Sauaso Sue faces a one-match ban after being charged with dangerous conduct.

Sue raised his knee and collected tackler Api Koroisau in the 65th minute of the match.

He will miss next Sunday's clash with Parramatta with an early guilty plea.

News Corp Australia

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