Toutai Kefu spoke after the medical discharge and recounted the dramatic robbery that lived in his house


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Toutai Kefu spoke after the medical discharge and recounted the dramatic robbery that lived in his house

Toutai Kefu, player and legend of the Wallabies He spoke for the first time after the incident he had in his house after an assault by robbers with knives.

The former player told about the bravery of his son and a neighbor for many years after his departure from Brisbane Hospital where he was treated for receiving injuries with a knife. The outer line said that felt sorry for the robbers who will face multiple charges, including attempted murder, after the terrible attack that his family received early Monday at their residence.

Kefu’s wife has yet to return home and is struggling to cope with the trauma of the incident, in which one of the attackers nearly cut off her arm, which local police say were armed with a machete, ax and a knife. “He heard a noise downstairs, got up and looked outside. She saw a car in front of the fall, but thought it could have been an Uber that was leaving someone “, commented the former player. “Then she went back to bed, she heard a loud sound again and she thought that a possum had got into the house, so she went downstairs and it was actually when the two robbers confronted her and I jumped out of bed.” declared the former player.

“He went into beast mode”, He confessed for his son that he was also stabbed. Kefu had two intruders on him and his son jumped on the back of one giving him a few blows to release him. “He didn’t think about his own safety, but we knew that if we just put pressure on his injuries the ambulance would not be that far away.” In addition, he commented that if it had not been for the timely appearance of his neighbor, things could have had another direction, “He was a hero.”


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