Funeral Harley nabbed for hooning

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Following a funeral earlier this week, an Outlaw Motorcycle Gang member was observed riding dangerously near the Thorak Cemetery gates.

Yesterday, members from the Gangs Taskforce attended the Hells Angels clubhouse in Girraween. A Harley-Davidson Night Rod was subsequently seized for 48 hours under the anti-hooning legislation.

The 27-year-old rider was also issued with an infringement notice.

“It’s disappointing that following a funeral, riders would choose to operate a vehicle in such a dangerous manner,” Detective Acting Senior Sergeant Crispin Gargan said.

“This kind of behaviour shows an utter disregard for public safety,” he said.

“It seems that the one per cent element of the Darwin Motorcycle ‘brotherhood’ are of the opinion the rules do not apply to them, consequently we will continue to give them our complete and undivided attention.”

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