When will these footballers ever learn. Rising Australian rugby star Kurtley Beale has reportedly pleaded guilty to drink driving while unlicensed. Beale, who is expected to make his Super 14 debut for the NSW Waratahs in Johannesburg this weekend, was charged by Mt Druitt police last month after blowing twice the legal limit, the Seven Network reported. He pleaded guilty to the charge and was fined $1500. Beale, who turned 18 this month, was still a juvenile when he was charged. The Waratahs told Seven they could not confirm the story. Beale has long been touted as a future Wallabies star and has been mentioned by Australian coach John Connolly as a possible bolter for this year's World Cup squad. After excelling in the schoolboy and club ranks, the five-eighth was expected to make the step up to Super 14 this weekend when the Waratahs travel to South Africa for their first game of the season against the Lions in Johannesburg. Waratahs officials tonight confirmed Beale would travel with the team to South Africa, but declined to comment on the story, saying the player was a juvenile when he was charged. The Waratahs were also unable to confirm whether or not Beale had been disciplined by the Super 14 club.