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2011-10-10 11:51
 
  Steve Hofmeyr, Max du Preez, Helen Zille, Bok va
Cape Town – After Bryce Lawrence blew the final whistle on the deciding game between South Africa and Australia in the quarter final of the Rugby World Cup, his name became a trending topic on social networking site Twitter. Here are some of the things that South Africa's most popular tweeters had to say.

Max Du Preez, Journalist: "I would call Bryce Lawrence a real maaifoedie (motherfucker)."

Hellen Zille, Premier of the Western Cape: "I am seeking legal advice regarding my power to take action. :-)" (An answer to Adrian Galley’s question: "Who do we complain to about Bryce Lawrence? Surely this is not beyond your jurisdiction.")

Steve Hofmeyr: "For Bryce Lawrence: Disciplinary hearing, drug test, polygraph test, financial audit, eye exam, rule book, boereklap to the ear."

Bok van Blerk: "Aai. I am still sad and angry, but still very proud of the Bokke. I hate blaming the ref, but Bryce Lawrence, you old rotten poo bag!"

Matt Dawson, former England scrumhalf : "Bryce Lawrence is a disgrace! And more importantly making a mockery of our game. When will irb realise he's a plum!!"


- Die Burger

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