Man arrested after confronting John Ibrahim complains he is only fed McDonald's ...

A heavily-tattooed man who filmed himself confronting nightclub boss John Ibrahim, only to be arrested over the run-in, has complained about only being fed two Big Mac meals while in custody.

Mohamad 'Butch' Haochar was granted bail at Burwood Local Court on Wednesday, a day after he was charged over 'indecent' posts on his personal Facebook page.

The 37-year-old came to the attention of police after posting the video of him at the front of Mr Ibrahim's clifftop mansion, demanding the Kings Cross identity let him in.

Haochar was held in police custody for more than 24 hours before being granted bail and told media outside court he was 'hungry' after only eating McDonald's twice in that time.

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Mohamad 'Butch' Haochar (pictured) leaves Burwood Local Court on Wednesday after a brief hearing on charges of 'publish indecent article' relating to social media posts he allegedly made about John Ibrahim, Danny Green, Bassam Hamzy and Bilal Hamzy 

Haochar was arrested on Tuesday before being released on bail 24 hours later. He claimed outside court that he was 'hungry' after only being fed two Big Mac meals during his time in custody

Haochar was arrested on Tuesday before being released on bail 24 hours later. He claimed outside court that he was 'hungry' after only being fed two Big Mac meals during his time in custody

'I'm hungry, I haven't eaten in 24 hours, yeah?' Haochar aggressively told media.

'I've had 24 hours (in custody) and I've only had two Big Mac meals, can I just be left alone please.' 

Haochar is facing four counts of publish indecent article after he made a series of rambling videos about Mr Ibrahim, champion boxer Danny Green and NSW criminal cousins Bassam and Bilal Hamzy. 

He was granted strict bail during a brief court appearance on Wednesday, including being banned from posting about the four men on social media.

Haochar, who wore a Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs singlet in court, was also told by Magistrate Lisa Stapleton that he could not go within 100 metres of Mr Ibrahim's mansion.

It came after the nightclub kingpin released his own video from his interaction with the heavily-tattooed man on Saturday.

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Haochar - who has 'execution', '187' and a grenade inked on his forehead - arrived at Mr Ibrahim's home in Dover Heights, in Sydney's eastern suburbs, and yelled loudly to the nightclub boss: 'John, Habib, it's me, Butch.'

'Let's see if he answers...come on, John,' he can be heard saying in the video.

'He's not answering, f***.'  Come on, John, answer it's me,' he says becoming visibly frustrated.

But when Ibrahim finally came to the door, Haochar stopped recording. 

Haochar (pictured) is seen approaching the 48-year-old, greeting him by extending his hand, which Ibrahim swats away

Haochar (pictured) is seen approaching the 48-year-old, greeting him by extending his hand, which Ibrahim swats away

Haochar posted a video of himself arriving at the home of Mr Ibrahim (right, pictured with his girlfriend Sarah Budge) to Facebook on Saturday. Mr Ibrahim later released different footage

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