A band of Hells Angels bikies were ejected from a beachfront bar after a police raid last week.
At least half a dozen members of the Hells Angels MC tested the patience of gang crime officers, laughing, chatting and hugging among themselves as they were surrounded on the footpath.
Removing them from The Lookout swung into action about 8pm last Wednesday.
A band of flannelette and leather-clad Hells Angels bikies were ejected from a beachfront nightspot after a police raid.
The operation to remove the bikies from The Lookout swung into action about 8pm last Wednesday and involved several officers and unmarked police cars parked across from the club’s motorcycles.
Scarborough police Sergeant Craig Wanstall said footage from a police body camera inside the nightclub showed an officer saying to the group “you have been asked to leave”.
He said the gang crime officers had ejected the Hells Angels under section 115 of the Liquor Licensing Act after becoming quarrelsome and disorderly.
Sgt Wanstall understood the bikies were not wearing their club colours but had them resting on their lap. He said members of “outlaw motorcycle gangs” were not permitted to wear their patches as a condition of entry to licensed premises.
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“One does have his (patched) jacket in hand when talking to police outside the venue,” Sgt Wanstall said.
“No arrests were made and they eventually left.”
Asked if he had a message for outlaw motorcycle gangs that were planning on visiting beachfront licensed premises, Sgt Wanstall said: “Members of OMCG are not permitted to wear their colours and if they do (or if they become disorderly), they will be evicted.
“So don’t go down there.”