'Toxic' Welsh Rugby Union is accused of sexism, racism and homophobia trends now
The Welsh Rugby Union faces claims a toxic sexism and discrimination culture after a series of concerning incidents including one employee declaring he wanted to 'rape' another.
A number of ex-WRU employees have taken part in an investigation making accusations about their time at the governing body.
Charlotte Wathan, general manager of women's rugby until her resignation last February, claims the offensive comments by a colleague left her in tears and feeling sick.
Another unnamed contributor says she was left contemplating suicide by her experiences of bullying and sexism at work.
Charlotte Wathan, was general manager of women's rugby until her resignation last February
The Welsh Rugby Union faces claims a toxic sexism and discrimination culture in investigation
The allegations are aired in a BBC Wales Investigates programme, which also features claims of racism and homophobia.
Another former female WRU employee, a mum of one, said she wrote a manual for her husband in case she killed herself.
They have left MP and former Wales international Tonia Antoniazzi expressing 'great