Cape Town - A rugby fan, who racially abused a club rugby
player in New Zealand, has written a letter of apology.
Sport24 reported in July about Christchurch Club wing Sake
Aca being racially taunted to tears following a match against Lincoln
The Fijian had asked his coach to remove him from the field
when spectators began yelling racial abuse at him.
According to the Stuff.co.nz website, police interviewed a
man earlier this month, who they allege racially taunted Aca during the second
half of the senior club final.
Aca earlier said he was "happy" the spectator had
been identified and was willing to meet him.
Detective Damon Wells said the spectator had provided a
personal apology to Aca. Police would not release any details about the abuser,
"This is a private matter between them and the victim.
"While no criminal charges will be laid regarding this
matter it will be noted with police in accordance to the wishes of the
Aca said he spoke with police on Monday night. The police
had given him a letter of apology from the offender, but he did not have time
to read it until the weekend.