NSW Police charged Manly Sea Eagles star Dylan Walker with an alleged assault on Sunday night. Police were called to a Narraweena Italian restaurant on Sydney's northern beaches about 9 pm on Sunday night after hearing a fight. It's claimed that when Walker tried to enter a parked car belonging to a woman he didn't know, he grabbed a takeaway.
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Surveillance footage shows minutes before NRL player Dylan Walker reportedly attempted to break into the vehicle of a random woman and attacked two men.
Last night, Walker was charged with an alleged assault at Narraweena on Sydney's northern beaches after leaving an Italian restaurant.
Video shows the 26-year-old on the route, pretending to slip briefly and heading in one direction before turning around and pointing.
He then walks back the direction he came from, his arms wide, as if addressing someone out of camera view.
Walker paces up and down the street, yelling at someone.
Police said they were told the 26-year-old left a restaurant on May Lane, Narraweena, attempting to get into a woman's vehicle, which he didn't recognize, parked outside.
"The man was reportedly violent when approached and allegedly engaged in a physical altercation, attacking two men before escaping," police said in a statement.
Walker was arrested and transported to Manly Police Station, where he was charged with two common assault offences.
The 26-year-old was given conditional bail on November 18 before Manly Local Court.
The Manly Sea Eagles reported the supposed incident to the NRL honesty team.
"The Club confirmed the incident to the NRL Ethics Unit which will have continuing investigation assistance," a statement said.