You can't possibly believe that Tay. Leaving the bench is an emotional response. Do you believe that leaving the bench once in a season would be the same as a ref possibly harbouring a gambling habit ala Donaghy that compromises his integrity? If a ref is clean, he's clean. And if he's not, then he needs to be removed from officiating duties. Even the suggestion that a ref is engaged in gambling (however unrelated) creates an aura of impropriety. There was a purpose and intent behind having it in the officials' CBA. We're not talking about morality. We rarely do when it comes to rules or laws.