Toutai Kefu, jplayer and legend of the Wallabies is badly injured after being stabbed while defending his family from criminals who entered his home.
According to sources close to the former player, the evolution is positive and improves day by day after being operated.
“Both Josh (Kefu’s son) and Dad had surgery yesterday and are recovering well,” Kefu’s daughter Olivia explained in a Facebook post.
He further added: “Thank you all for all the kind messages and support, it means the absolute world to all of us.”
The incident occurred during the early Australian morning. Kefu was stabbed in his Brisbane home by one of the three criminals who entered and, according to Australian media, the Tonga-born was attacked in the abdomen trying to defend his family from an attack that also injured Toutai’s wife and children. Kefu.
Seven ambulances arrived at the scene and Kefu had to be rushed to the Princesss Alexandra hospital, where he underwent surgery due to the critical damage suffered in his abdominal area.