Three men in hospital after being shot in Brunswick in bikie-related feud

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(video)--THE BANDIDOS bikie gang were believed to be hosting a Friday night barbeque when three men were shot at their clubhouse in Melbourne’s north last night.

All three men suffered gunshot wounds to the legs at the Weston St Brunswick base at about 11pm.

A man aged in his 20s and another in his 50s were taken to The Alfred Hospital.

A third man aged in his 40s was taken to the Royal Melbourne Hospital.

All were in a serious but stable condition.

It’s understood by the Sunday Herald Sun at least one of the men was sitting in a car out the front when he was set upon by a gunman.

A group of men wearing Bandidos jackets outside the clubhouse today told the Sunday Herald Sun to “p--- off” when asked what had happened.

Notorious champion kickboxer Toby Mitchell was shot several times outside the same clubhouse in late 2011.

Anti-bikie Echo Taskforce detectives are investigating the circumstances and are yet to make any arrests.

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