Former AFL player Rhys Palmer is reportedly facing a life ban from racetracks after throwing a his shoes during a harness race at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
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A shoe was spotted being flung at the horses during race six at Gloucester Park, with Palmer reportedly the one who threw the shoe.
No horses or riders were hurt.
"Unbelievably, someone has thrown a shoe onto the track," the race caller said.
"Security please grab this man."
The race was won by favourite Patrickthepiranha, driven by Dylan Egerton-Green, who told The West Australian he was shocked.
“It was shock to see the first shoe coming,” Egerton-Green said.
“The second one went between the legs of my drive.
“We were running fourth and on the outside at the time."
Vision was shown on Twitter of one shoe being thrown at the horses, as well as one other video of a man, said to be Palmer, being held by security.
Palmer played 132 AFL games for Fremantle, GWS and Carlton, winning the 2008 Rising Star award and playing his last game in 2017.