The leader of one of Australia's most notorious motorcycle gangs is being pursued for unpaid taxes.
Finks outlaw motorcycle gang president Koshan Rashidi, also known as Kosh Radford, was hit with a demand for almost $600,000 in tax debts on Saturday.
According to a writ issued to the Victorian County Court by the Deputy Commissioner of Taxation, Radford, 40, has debts dating back 15 years.
Kosh Radford (second to left) is being chased for nearly $600,000 in unpaid tax debts
The debt claim comes after an ammended assessment of his tax history from the past 11 years
The debt claim of more than $586,961 includes $245,006 in unpaid taxes, $187,353 in penalties and more than $154,591 in interest.
It comes after Radford was issued an amended tax assessment of the past 11 years in May this year, as reported by the Herald Sun.
According to the Australian Taxation Office, he now lives in a double-storey