Melbourne Storm star Tui Kamikamica tackles punter into pool at Bali bar Mrs ...

A second Melbourne Storm star was seen laying a massive hit on a punter in the pool of a popular Bali bar hours before the wild brawl that landed Nelson Asofa-Solomona in hot water.

Tui Kamikamica lined up the partygoer and spear tackled him into the pool at famous nightclub Mrs Sippy on Sunday afternoon, as a crowd of onlookers cheered.

A video posted to social media shows the towering Storm prop delivering the big hit before the man - a willing participant in the stunt - emerges from the water, hands in the air in celebration.

Just hours later Kamikamica's towering teammate Asofa-Solomona was videoed out the front of another night spot, allegedly throwing punches as part of a wild brawl.

Melbourne Storm star Tui Kamikaica (right) laid a massive hit on a partygoer in the pool of Mrs Sippy, hours before his teammate Nelson Asofa-Solomona (left) was involved in a wild brawl at  a different bar. Asofa-Solomona was reportedly acting in retaliation after his teammate Suliasi Vunivalu (centre) was attacked

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Melbourne Storm star Tui Kamikaica (right) laid a massive hit on a partygoer in the pool of Mrs Sippy, hours before his teammate Nelson Asofa-Solomona (left) was involved in a wild brawl at  a different bar. Asofa-Solomona was reportedly acting in retaliation after his teammate Suliasi Vunivalu (centre) was attacked

Asofa-Solomona made a premature return home to Melbourne on Monday morning, where he told waiting media: 'My side of the story will be told soon'.

Asofa-Solomona, 23, Kamikamica, 25 and star winger Suli Vunivalu, 23, had been on an end-of-season trip away to Bali when trouble unfolded. 

Storm officials and members of the NRL Integrity Unit will meet Asofa-Solomona in Melbourne today, where it is believed he will tell them he reacted after Vunivalu was hit with a coward punch as they were leaving the nightclub.   

Footage of the violent brawl outside La Favela bar in Seminyak went viral on Sunday night, leading the Storm to put their star enforcer on the first flight home.

However, witnesses reportedly claim Asofa-Solomona only retaliated when Storm winger Suliasi Vunivalu was hit in the face in an

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