A rugby star has apologised after exposing himself live on BBC while celebrating a stag party.
Keith Davies, a 21-year-old flanker for Hawick, dropped his kilt while being filmed by Wales Today during a live tea-time news broadcast.
The indecent exposure, which took place at Glynneath Rugby Club, prompted 57 calls of complaint to the BBC, while Welsh police are also investigating the incident.
Davies told Hawick News: "I had no intention to cause offence and I'd like to sincerely apologise to anyone who was offended by my actions.
"I didn't realise that the broadcast was going out on live television and didn't appreciate the consequences of what I did."
The rugbly players was one of the pall-bearers at the funeral of 'The Voice of Rugby' Bill McLaren at Teviot Church last month.
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