The Daily Telegraph reports
Displaying the protective traits of a new father, Guy Sebastian was forced into a tussle with a would-be thief during an attempted break-in at his eastern suburbs home on Sunday night.
Responding to a panicked midnight call from his home-alone wife Jules, Guy Sebastian sped from his Surry Hills recording studio to the couple's Clovelly house - beating police who had also been summoned after the terrified new-mother heard someone trying to enter through the front door.
"(Jules) was freaking out, (saying), 'He's turning the front door knob, he's trying to get in the front door'," Sebastian told music editor Kathy McCabe yesterday.
"I told her to call the cops and she starts freaking out again because he was walking around the side of the house where Hudson's window is."
Sebastian rushed to the scene on his Harley-Davidson - dropping the loaner motorbike twice en route.
Sources say a "king headbutt" from the singer was all that was required to detain the man who the singer described as "out of it". "The bloke's seen me and started legging it," he said.
"I grabbed him and apprehended him until the cops got there. He was trying to get free. I just had him pinned with his arms in - it was pretty full on. After about five minutes the cops came and that was that. That wasn't a great day."
Police arrived and arrested and charged the man with break and enter and were yesterday at the scene inspecting the property.