I believe it's a pretty small percentage who haven't these days. I don't think it's glamorous now it's so widespread, and costs far less than you suggest.
It is though pretty minor and casual recreation compared to harder drugs-most users consider it a weekend boost and are not addicted.
I wonder what percentage of men his age have tried the stuff?
Looks like he's been set up as a celebrity.
This would be a disaster.
A truly world class half-back for years until Ewen Mckenzie became coach and managed to send him downhill, something that was not reversed by Michael Cheika.
A complete failure of coaching.