New Zealand rugby team

Police haven't ruled out listening device was planted by All Blacks camp

 A listening device was discovered in the team's hotel ahead of last month's Bledisloe Cup in Sydney and the police in New South Wales are reportedly not ruling out the possibility someone in the New Zealand camp planted the device.

A police source has told the Sydney Morning Herald if it turned out to be someone within the New Zealand camp, they would "absolutely" look at criminally pursuing the matter.

Tew says he's waiting for the police to complete their investigation.

New Zealand rugby team under fire over stripper assault allegations

Police are looking into allegations that players from the Chiefs - a club based in the city of Hamilton - groped and licked the woman as she danced.

The issue drew more attention after an executive from the club's major sponsor said the woman was partly to blame.

The team's management also initially said she was "not beyond reproach".

Women's groups said the comments were "shameful".

A second woman has now come forward making similar allegations.