New Zealand star Jordie Barrett warned by police

Hurricanes star Jordie Barrett has gone viral with a spectacular outside-of-the-boot goal kick. Kai Schwoerer/Getty Images

Rising All Blacks star Jordie Barrett only faces a dressing down "for being stupid" from New Zealand Head Coach Steve Hansen after being found uninvited in a Dunedin home early on Saturday.

Hurricanes fullback Barrett attracted headlines in NZ after he and a male friend were discovered eating takeaways in the home at 5am following his visiting team's loss to the Highlanders the previous evening.

The occupants of the flat, two women, contacted police who questioned the two men before taking no further action.

Barrett told journalists on Sunday the two men thought the flat belonged to a friend so walked through an unlocked door.

"I can't say I'm embarrassed by what's happened, I'm just disappointed with the events that have unfolded," Barrett said.

"I don't believe I've caused any harm to anyone, haven't spoken to anyone, basically it was a human error, walked into the wrong flat and we left."

Barrett denied being intoxicated, explaining he had enjoyed a couple of drinks and had a clear recollection of the entire night.

The incident came a week out from the start of the three-Test series between the All Blacks and France.

Hansen was unimpressed by the lack of professionalism shown by the 21-year-old, the younger brother of All Blacks playmaker Beauden Barrett.

"He won't get reprimanded for anything other than being stupid," Hansen told Radio Sport.

"I think that everyone would agree that it's just a genuine mistake and one that could be made by any young person."

Hansen, a former policeman, said the flat occupants had no choice but to contact police.

Meanwhile, the Blues released a statement confirming the world class winger Reiko Ioane had been treated at hospital for a cut above his eye following his involvement in "antics" following their loss to the Melbourne Rebels in Auckland.

Some reports said Ioane was involved in a skirmish with a teammate, but the All Black said it was little more than highjinks gone wrong.

"We were just poking fun at each other. It's not serious and I've apologised to my teammates and the club," Ioane said.

Blues chief executive Michael Redman said the incident will be reviewed to determine if team protocol was breached.