Paul Whatuira (born 31 July 1981 in Wellington, New Zealand, pronounced fah-tu-ee-ra) is a professional rugby league footballer who currently plays for the Parramatta Eels in the NRL. A New Zealand international centre, he won National Rugby League premierships with the Penrith Panthers and Wests Tigers and most recently achieved success with the Huddersfield Giants in the UK Super League.
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... Hodgson missed the latter part of the season and Paul Whatuira also suffered long term injuries ... at halftime, the Tigers fought back with two tries to Paul Whatuira (who also scored the first try of the season proper) and s try to rookie Michael Crockett ... Not helping their cause was the sin binning of centre Paul Whatuira in the 35th minute for a professional foul on Cowboys' Justin Smith ...
... On 13 October 2009, Whatuira was arrested and underwent a psychiatric assessment after he allegedly assaulted two men ... Whatuira spent 13 days in a secure psychiatric hospital after the incident which was reportedly related to sexual abuse he suffered as a child ... Whatuira was not charged over the incident as under section two of the British Crimes Act, he is exempt from potential prosecution as he was deemed "mentally ill" ...
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