By Australian Associated Press
Published: 22:11 GMT, 1 December 2019 | Updated: 22:46 GMT, 1 December 2019
A prominent gay rights campaigner has written to the Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW, accusing ex-Wallaby Israel Folau of 'homosexuality vilification' and demanding he apologises and pays $100,000 to a charity.
Activist Garry Burns on Sunday wrote to the board's president complaining about Folau's infamous April Instagram post in which he warned hell awaits homosexuals.
Mr Burns also complained about the rugby player's more recent comments in a video sermon linking severe droughts and unprecedented bushfires to the legalisation of same-sex marriage in late 2017.
Israel Folau attends court (pictured) as gay rights campaigner demands an apology and a $100,000 charity donation from ex-Wallaby star
He wrote that Folau's statements were 'objectively capable of incitement of contempt and or hatred of homosexual persons on the ground of their homosexuality'.
'To suggest or imply that same-sex