Photo getty images. Key went in for the handshake but was intercepted by international rugby.
A photo has been released of new zealand prime minister john key shaking the hand of all black sam whitelock after this weekend rugby world cup semi final.
John key sam whitelock handshake. Posted by 4 years ago. Samuel lawrence whitelock born 12 october 1988 is a new zealand rugby union player who plays as a lock for the crusaders in super rugby in new zealand whitelock has captained the crusaders and all blacks in five international games having earned selection for new zealand through playing in the mitre 10 cup for canterbury. Either sam whitelock is part giant or john key is part hobbit.
But the all black lock s giant features were somehow even more prominent. Phil walter getty images why is john. All blacks lock sam whitelock is known for his towering presence on the field but following new zealand s defeat over south africa at the weekend he also made his size known off the field.
All blacks lock sam whitelock made new zealand prime minister john key look like a hobbit recently pictured but the fact is that australia s forwards pack will be bigger in world cup final. Many would agree sam whitelock was a towering presence in this morning s rugby world cup semi final win over the springboks. John key new zealand s prime minister meets all black sam whitelock following semi final win.
Key seemingly in the land of the giants congratulating sam whitelock after the all blacks beat south africa in the 2015 world cup semifinals at twickenham. Sam whitelock managed to make his prime minister look very small indeed when. Looking like something direct from the latest game of thrones episode the second rower towered over the kiwi.
After winning the 2011 world cup the infamous three way handshake when captain richie mccaw was presented with the trophy. Handshake between prime minister of new zeland john key and sam whitelock from new zeland rugby team. Whitelock has played over 100 tests for the all blacks since his.
Handshake between prime minister of new zeland john key and sam whitelock from new zeland rugby team.