The All Blacks have held their first open media session of the week in London and once again the Andrew Hore incident was on everybody's lips.
Assistant coach Ian Foster is determined to keep tight-lipped over the saga however.
"Look, I'm probably going to get some questions on Andrew I would imagine, so I guess what I'll say to you is that you know he's been cited.
"We've got something on Wednesday, you know I can't say too much about it."
Ian Foster will attend the judicial hearing overnight Thursday with Andrew Hore as will the NZRU's UK based lawyer.
Meanwhile, being woken up by your girlfriend's father banging on the door of your hotel room is normally a terrifying experience for a young man.
However when Canterbury utility Tom Taylor opened the door to his hotel in Phuket the message he got was far more convivial.
"He said 'you're going to London, pack your bags,' and I was sort of like 'what's going on?'
"Yeah it's pretty exciting really, I mean it's a bit surreal for me at the moment still but I'm just soaking it all up and really enjoying being here now."
Tom Taylor says he's arrived in London wearing a singlet, shorts and jandals, however his mum is sending his boots, kicking tee and mouthguard over.