Kurtley Beale could find himself with more questions to answer from Rugby Australia after a second video emerged on Wednesday of the star back in a dubious situation.
On Tuesday Beale had apologised to Rugby Australia (RA) for his appearance in a video with rugby league player Corey Norman dating back to 2016.
Beale was seen laughing and drinking as another older man snorts a white powder.
In the latest video shown by Channel Nine, Beale can be seen playing with a vacuum cleaner like it is a didgeridoo.
A plate that appears to have lines of white powder on it is later seen being handled by another man.
Beale is not seen with any substances in either video.
Channel Nine reported the footage was taken post the 2015 Rugby World Cup, but back in Australia.
Rugby Australia released a statement about the first video on Wednesday night, CEO Raelene Castle saying Beale had apologised for the negative attention the video had attracted and the compromising position he’d put himself in.
Nine reported RA was attempting to contact Beale, who was in New Zealand ahead of Super Rugby commitments beginning in Australia next week.