Hells Angel bikie guilty of threatening witnesses after his friend allegedly coward-punched a policeman so hard the officer lost his sense of smell

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  • Hells Angel bikie guilty of affray after friend allegedly punched a police officer
  • Punch allegedly so forceful the officer was robbed of his sense of smell
  • Bradley Newman sentenced to community corrections & community service

A Hells Angel bikie has been found guilty of threatening witnesses after his friend allegedly punched a policeman in a vicious attack which robbed him of his sense of smell. 

Bradley Newman, 28, threatened four people after his friend Nathan Bass allegedly punched the officer in a seemingly unprovoked attack at Cronulla Mall in March 2018. 

The alleged punch was so forceful the officer hit his head on the pavement and was left with a reduced sense of smell and taste in a condition known as asmosia, the St George Shire Standard reported. 

Bradley Newman, 28, threatened four people after his friend Nathan Bass allegedly punched the officer in a seemingly unprovoked attack at Cronulla Mall (pictured) in March 2018
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Bradley Newman, 28, threatened four people after his friend Nathan Bass allegedly punched the officer in a seemingly unprovoked attack at Cronulla Mall (pictured) in March 2018

Daily Mail Australia is not suggesting Bass is affiliated with outlaw motorcycle gangs. 

The fight reportedly broke out after Bass bumped a friend of the officer's on the shoulder at 12.30am, resulting in a verbal disagreement which resulted in the vicious alleged punch. 

The officer was allegedly immediately knocked unconscious when his head hit the pavement.  

Newman threatened passers-by who witnessed the alleged attack, saying: 'If you c***s wanna get your heads pumped, keep going, otherwise just leave it.'

Newman, Bass and other friends then proceeded to 2230 Restaurant and Bar after the attack, before police were alerted to the incident. 

A witness told police the alleged punch was a 'perfect, clean hit' and it 'made a loud crack'. 

'There was no provocation, and no warning that a punch was going to be thrown,' the witness said. 

Newman was found guilty of affray and sentenced to a three-year community corrections order and 400 hours of community service.

Bass will face court on January 10, charged with assault causing grievous bodily harm.

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