Brisbane Broncos NRL player TC Robati is set to face court after being charged with dangerous driving for allegedly causing a car to swerve.
The 19-year-old forward was charged after the incident on St Pauls Terrace, Bowen Hills, on September 5.
Police say Robati was a passenger when he pulled on the steering wheel of the car he was travelling in, causing it to swerve across two lanes on the wrong side of the road.
The driver then steered the car back to the correct side of the road before it stopped suddenly and police spoke to the pair.
The Broncos player is due to face a charge of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle in Brisbane Magistrates Court on Thursday.
A spokesman said the NRL was aware of the alleged incident involving Robati and was working with the Broncos.
Australian Associated Press