UPDATE: DANIEL Kerr is facing another night in Perth's maximum security Hakea prison, with no-one arriving to bail him out. 

As of 2pm AWST the 31-year-old remained behind bars, a spokesman for Western Australia's Department of Corrective Services confirmed to AFL.com.au. 

It's anticipated if no-one arrives to sign a $5000 surety Kerr will be kept in custody again. 

A Perth Magistrate granted Kerr bail on Wednesday, under a number of conditions, including a 12-hour a day (7pm to 7am) curfew. 

But Kerr is yet to secure a relative or friend to sign the bail documents and guarantee the money would be paid if he failed to meet his bail conditions.

The reasons behind Kerr's inability to secure the surety remain unclear.  

Those close to the 31-year-old are said to be concerned for his welfare.

Kerr was charged after an alleged dispute in the Perth suburb of Glendalough on Tuesday at 11pm AWST.
He's been charged with two counts of endangering the life, health or safety of a person, but exact details of the alleged incident and the identities of the complainants were not revealed in court. 

Lawyer John Prior said Kerr acknowledged they were serious allegations.

Kerr is due back in court on November 26.

He played 220 games for West Coast before retiring at the end of the 2013 season. 

Kerr was named All Australian in 2007 and twice finished runner-up in the Brownlow Medal.

West Coast released a statement on its website on Wednesday regarding Kerr.
"The West Coast Eagles are disappointed and saddened at news of Daniel Kerr’s recent arrest," the statement said.
"We will continue to support Daniel, who was an outstanding player for this club, to get the help he needs to recover from this situation and to get his life back on track.
"As this matter is now in the hands of police, the club has no further comment to make."