Once again it is a case of do as we say and we will ignore it anyway. The booze culture in that club will never go away with the administration they have. Where is Gallop in all this? Don't bother asking! Broncos ignore own rules to go easy on boozing players BRISBANE have sidestepped their first opportunity to suspend players caught in breach of the club's new and supposedly strict code of behaviour. In a direct backflip to public pledges by club management, cleanskins Nick Kenny and Steve Michaels have avoided the axe and will today be named for Saturday night's trip to Newcastle. It is understood Kenny, 26, was spoken to for urinating in public at Byron Bay in the early hours of Sunday morning, while 22-year-old Michaels was sanctioned for allegedly kicking a passing vehicle. Brisbane's decision to fine but not suspend the pair for the minor disciplinary breach stands at odds with threats made by CEO Bruno Cullen late last year. Broncos coach Ivan Henjak declared last night his club would discipline the pair internally and "move on". "It's not a hangable offence, it was their weekend off and they had a bit too much to drink, but they did the wrong thing and we'll cop what's coming," Henjak said. "From my point of view we will deal with it, discipline them internally, and move on. We will remind them once again what their responsibilities are. "They are players who don't put a foot wrong too often. They do some wonderful things in the community and the club." Kenny was last week named the NRL One Community's Good Guy of the Month award, while Michaels also had an unblemished record. Suspending the pair, who have made only a minor error in judgment, would have sent a powerful message to Brisbane's playing group. Last October, after an off-field indiscretion by halfback Peter Wallace, Cullen warned that the next incident bringing the club into disrepute would be treated "very, very seriously". Cullen stated dropping players would send out a sterner message than fines with his warning voiced after a damaging two-month period for the Broncos headlined by a serious sex assault investigation levelled against three teammates. "We can't afford to just say 'Well, you're a first-time offender'," Cullen said at the time. "We have to say to everyone we don't care if you are halfway down the track as a serial offender or if you have a clean sheet and have been here 10 years. "The next one is a serious one and if we need to do something very, very serious to get you all to understand that no one can overstep the mark, then that is what we will do." Cullen yesterday denied that the alcohol policy had been breached in this instance, but he was disappointed that the players had put themselves in a "vulnerable" position.