A curling crew that included a 2014 Olympic gold medalist was kicked out of a event for allegedly being “extraordinarily drunk,” in response to studies.

The Canadian crew was reportedly booted Sunday from the Purple Deer Curling Basic in Alberta over “unacceptable conduct” that included intoxication, the CBC reported.

The ejected teammates had been recognized as 2014 gold medal winner Ryan Fry, crew captain Jamie Koe and crew members DJ Kidby and Chris Schille, all of whom had been allegedly making a scene and performing “unsportsmanlike,” in response to event officers.

“They went out to curve and so they had been extraordinarily drunk and breaking brooms and swearing and simply unacceptable conduct that no one desires to observe or hear or take heed to and it was simply ‘sufficient was sufficient,’” facility supervisor Wade Thurber instructed CBC.

Thurber additionally claimed the foursome trashed the belongings of different groups within the lockerroom.

“There was some injury within the locker room and different groups complaining about their stuff being kicked round within the locker room,” Thurber stated. “So on the finish of the day, it was like ‘OK, that’s sufficient of this gong present.’”

Fry — who received gold on the Sochi Winter Olympics — apologized Monday for the incident and provided to pay for damages, in response to the CBC.

“I want to sincerely apologize to the followers, members and organizers of the Purple Deer Curling Basic,” Fry stated. “I got here to the occasion to play and benefit from the sport. My actions had been really disrespectful and embarrassing — the committee was proper to disqualify us from play.”

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