A cigarette reportedly rolled by footy star Dustin Martin is up for sale for $50 following the Norm Smith Medal winner’s celebratory bender.
After spearheading his team’s AFL grand final win, Martin showed no signs of slowing down last week as he was spotted wearing aviator sunglasses while putting on an impromptu show in front of a heaving crowd at a Melbourne nightclub.
Punters at Lucky Thursdays at Billboard on Russell Street in Melbourne’s central business district were treated to a champagne spray, courtesy of the Richmond star.
One fan took the opportunity to profit from Martin’s antics by posting a ‘genuine Champion Ruby cigarette rolled by Dusty post grand final win’ to eBay for auction.
The seller, who is based in Melbourne, has asked for $50 but Martin fans have until Tuesday to bid.
Tom Cowie, a reporter for The Age posted an image of the cigarette to Twitter on Sunday.
‘Now this is some must-have Richmond merchandise,’ he wrote.
Martin and Tigers teammate Jack Riewoldt capped off a week of non-stop celebrations at popular dance club Billboards on Thursday night.
With the music pumping the two Tigers mounted the stage as the crowd roared, popping champagne corks and drenching dancers with fizz.
Richmond’s favourite son put on a similar show at Bond Bar earlier in the week, spraying the ceiling with a $1500 bottle of Dom Perignon.
That was after the heavily-tattooed star got stuck into the champagne in the dressing rooms right after his team defeated the Adelaide Crows last Saturday.
Martin’s week-long bender is quickly becoming the stuff of legend as he shepherds his entourage around the Victorian capital.
He was filmed leading a crowd of teammates and friend’s past queuing club-goers and straight through the doors.
Bouncers gave the local hero the royal treatment and ushered Martin and his crew inside, leaving those left outside not looking too pleased.