Collingwood star Jordan De Goey is under investigation from the AFL after he was filmed inappropriately touching teammate Isaac Quaynor.

Fox Footy’s pre-match camera’s caught De Goey touching Quaynor’s rear with his left middle finger while the Magpies had their pre-game team talk.

Collingwood denied that the behaviour was inappropriate and will not take further action.

“We believe appropriate change room behaviour is important,” a Magpies spokesman told Fox Footy’s Tom Morris.

“In this instance, neither the players nor the club believe inappropriate behaviour has occurred.”

The actions have drawn criticism from former player Jordan Lewis who labelled the incident “silly”.
“It was silly and the players I think know there are cameras in the room so it would get highlighted throughout the week,” Lewis told Fox Footy’s Saturday Stretch.
The incident will add further media attention to the Magpies who are already under fire for their poor start to the season and the ongoing talks about Nathan Buckley’s future.
Last year, Richmond was forced to apologise for Nick Vlaustin and Jayden Short inappropriately touching teammate Mabior Chol in the change rooms and all 18 clubs were briefed about the need for safe workplace environments after the incident.
AFL CEO Gillion McLaughlan condemned the behaviour of the Richmond players at the time and said the league was committed to creating respectful and responsible working environments.
“We condemn the behaviour and need to learn from what happened and ensure that everyone across the AFL understands that we must have working environments that are free from any form of inappropriate conduct or sexual harassment,” McLachlan said in a statement last August.

“The AFL and our clubs have made a strong commitment to gender equality and respect and responsibility and as part of this ongoing cultural change in our industry, we need to ensure inappropriate conduct is not acceptable, whether it is the office or the changeroom. This is an ongoing journey and we are committed to change.