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« on: October 03, 2017, 03:47:10 pm »

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Dylan Halaholo sentenced to home detention for masturbating in public

A former Southland Stags rugby player has again been convicted of masturbating in front of young children.

Dylan Halaholo, 23, was sentenced on Tuesday at the Auckland District Court to nine months' home detention for three charges of committing an indecent act.

The court heard how Halaholo parked near Auckland schools on three separate occasions this year, and masturbated while young children walked past his car.

It is the second time Halaholo, who played for the Stags in 2014 and 2015, has been convicted for masturbating in front of young people.

The most recent offending began in March when he parked his car on Miranda Rd, Avondale, near a primary school

According to the summary of facts, two young girls walking home from school saw Halaholo masturbating.

"You parked on a public road so your car was facing a primary school," Judge Eddie Paul said.

"The two female children were shocked by observing your actions and ran off."

The following day, Halahlo parked his car outside Blockhouse Bay Intermediate.

He sat in the car, took off his pants, and began to masturbate while watching a video on his phone.

Two young boys walking home from school saw Halaholo, who showed them what he was watching.

"You wound down your window, you were naked from the waist down," Judge Paul said.

"As the 11-year-old boy walked past you turned your mobile phone towards the boy. The boy and his friend ran away."

Halaholo's last offence took place in April, when he returned to Miranda Rd and was seen masturbating by a young girl.

All the children, who were under the age of 13, reported his actions to adults.

Judge Eddie said Halaholo's offending had been inflicted upon vulnerable children who were walking home from school.

"There are a number of victims, young people, both male and female who have been exposed to your behaviour," he said.

Halaholo was sentenced to nine months home detention, with special conditions imposed.

His name had been suppressed up until Tuesday, where he lost his bid to have his identity kept secret.

His lawyer had argued having his name published for the most recent offending could cause him to become stressed and offend again.

In 2016, Halaholo's professional career ended after he pleaded guilty to three charges of doing an indecent act in a public place, twice in front of young girls.

A police summary of facts said in May 2016 Halaholo masturbated in a car parked beside a vehicle that contained girls aged 9 and 6.

The second admitted offence was about a month later in the same car park where he offended in front of two 10-year-old girls.

A month on he returned to the car park. The last victim was a 23-year-old woman.

Since his move to Auckland, Halaholo played for Gallaher Shield champions Suburbs Rugby Football Club on March 18 in the Waka Nathan Cup.

Halaholo played 17 games for the Southland Stags in 2014 and 2015.

He represented New Zealand at schoolboy level in 2011 and played his high school rugby for Mount Albert Grammar.


Suburbs Rugby Football Club Chairman Stefan Crooks said the club had no reservations about registering Halaholo this season and that the players were spoken to "in as much detail as we could", prior to him joining the group.

"The club has a responsibility to the community to help people re-integrate into society," Crooks said.

"We offered Dylan and his family as much support as we could, to help take care of the little things throughout the year."

Halaholo came off the bench for Suburbs in the Gallaher Shield final at Eden Park earlier this year.

He was listed as TBC on the team sheet the only unnamed player across both squads.

Crooks would not comment on whether he would allow Halaholo to play for the club in the future, saying he would need to know all the details of his latest offence and sit down with fellow board members before making a decision.

Halaholo had no involvement in coaching or youth development and was a member of the senior playing squad only, Crooks said.

Auckland Rugby said it was not in a position to comment.

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