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Select the Safari icon to return to Safari. TONY EASTLEY: Former AFL star, Wayne Carey is no stranger to controversy and last night he was arrested at his Melbourne apartment, apparently in relation to a domestic dispute. Police claim they were forced to use capsicum spray to subdue the former champion. Police allege that Mr Carey, now a sports broadcaster with Channel Nine, assaulted two police. Alison Caldwell reports. ALISON CALDWELL: The former North Melbourne captain and All-Australian footballer is once again in the headlines, this time for allegedly assaulting police. Last night at about eight o'clock Wayne Carey called the police to his exclusive apartment in bayside Port Melbourne after an apparent domestic dispute. Senior constable, Karla Dennis. KARLA DENNIS: Police were called to the Port Melbourne address at about 8pm, and when they were attending there, they met a man aged in his thirties at the front door. Now, there was an incident and the man had to be sprayed with capsicum spray.


Now, he was then arrested and taken back to the St Kilda police station. He was released without charge, however police will be preparing a brief of evidence in relation to the offence of assault of police. ALISON CALDWELL: Did this man call the police himself? KARLA DENNIS: It's believed the male from the address had called police to attend there. ALISON CALDWELL: What was he wanting police to do? KARLA DENNIS: Oh look, it was just in relation to a domestic dispute, we understood. ALISON CALDWELL: Nicknamed the "King", and "Duck" for the way he walks, the leading goal kicker is regarded as one of the greatest Australian Rules footballers of all time. Known for his jaw-dropping athleticism, Wayne Carey was plucked from Wagga to play first for North Adelaide, then for the working-class North Melbourne football club, which was then struggling for its survival, as it still is today. At 21 he became the youngest captain ever. He led the Kangaroos for nine years, taking them to two premierships. But his stunning football career with North Melbourne came to a particularly grubby end in early 2002, after his affair with the wife of his vice-captain and best friend, Anthony Stevens, was revealed.


With his teammates united against him, Wayne Carey had no choice but to resign. WAYNE CAREY: For the wellbeing of all concerned, I've taken the decision to cease my playing career with the Kangaroos. I regret the circumstances of my actions which has led to the decision and the pain that it has caused to my wife and my family. I apologise to all my teammates and all the Kangaroos supporters. However, I believe this is the only proper and responsible course of action. ALISON CALDWELL: Six years earlier his club stood by him, when he pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting a woman outside a Melbourne nightclub. She sued him and eventually they settled out of court. Now a football commentator with Channel Nine, last August Wayne Carey sparked more controversy when he made fun of another footballer's well-publicised bout with depression. Wayne Carey later apologised. TONY EASTLEY: Alison Caldwell reporting.

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