Toutai Kefu's wife could lose an arm in an alleged home invasion incident in Brisbane.
Toutai Kefu's wife was in danger of losing her arm in an alleged attack by youngsters at the couple's home in Brisbane.
On Tuesday, Rachel Kefu was scheduled to have surgery after being attacked during the house invasion in Coorparoo in the early hours of Monday am (local time).
Authorities said she suffered "major" and "severe lacerations" on her arm.
When she was hit with a machete, her arm was nearly severed.
As reported by the New Zealand Herald, Toutai Kefu, a Wallaby with 60 caps and current coach of the Tongan rugby side, was stabbed in the stomach.
"Kefu and his kid, who underwent surgery as well," his daughter said on Facebook on Tuesday morning.
Kefu's other daughter was scheduled to have surgery on Tuesday, according to the Associated Press.
As a result of the incident, police have arrested a second adolescent.
Teenager charged with burglary and illegal use of motor vehicle.
There had previously been four counts of attempted murder filed against a 15-year-old boy.
And he's been charged with three counts of grievous bodily harm and one count each of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, break-and-enter, burglary & deprivation.
A second boy is suspected of being involved in the event, but no charges have been filed against him so far, according to the police department.
According to police, the alleged culprits arrived at the location in a car that had been stolen from Forest Lake earlier in the day.
Anyone who may have seen the silver Hyundai is invited to come forward and report it to authorities.