Hells Angels bikie Dayne Brajkovich has shown loyalty to his gang by wearing a red and black “HAMC” jersey, along with a Gucci cap, sunglasses and a massive gold chain during his Perth court appearance.
Brajkovich, whose home was recently targeted in a drive-by shooting, is already an intimidating presence with tattoos covering his face and arms.
But his appearance on Tuesday demonstrated his strong ties to the Hells Angels, including the number 81 emblazoned on his jersey and “HOF CITY” written below it, which may be a nod to the gang’s German links.
Brajkovich, 41, faced Perth Magistrates Court and was fined $300, plus $248.70 in court costs, after pleading guilty to entering a premises where he was barred.
He had entered the hotel Aloft Perth in Rivervale between December 30 and January 2 with his partner and her child.
But the court heard Brajkovich had made a mistake and his offending was at the lower end of the spectrum.
Brajkovich’s Ascot home was repeatedly shot at just after 7pm on March 2 while his partner and her child were inside.
Police said at the time that about five shots were fired from a stolen black Porsche, which was found torched in High Wycombe later that night.
A white Mercedes sedan was also found torched south of Perth the next morning.
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There have been concerns about bikie wars in Perth ever since former Rebels boss Nick Martin was allegedly murdered at Perth Motorplex in Kwinana last year.
Another man has been charged over Mr Martin’s death.