Saturday 13 August 2022 06:13 AM Australian Hells Angels bikies creating 'havoc' in Thailand as shooting occurs ... trends now

Saturday 13 August 2022 06:13 AM Australian Hells Angels bikies creating 'havoc' in Thailand as shooting occurs ... trends now
Saturday 13 August 2022 06:13 AM Australian Hells Angels bikies creating 'havoc' in Thailand as shooting occurs ... trends now

Saturday 13 August 2022 06:13 AM Australian Hells Angels bikies creating 'havoc' in Thailand as shooting occurs ... trends now

Australian Hells Angels bikies are accused of creating ‘havoc’ in fights with other gang members in Thailand after Covid-era travel bans were lifted Feud between Aussie and Thai Hells Angels erupts with shooting of local man Tension between the rivals for years has reignited after Covid travel limits ended Claims Aussie bikies building 'power network' with party town Pattaya as centre 

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Australian Hells Angels are believed to have been involved in the shooting of a Thai man and are causing 'havoc' as a violent new chief seeks to build 'a power network' in Thailand.

The bikie bang, which is forbidden from displaying its insignia in Western Australia, is active in Thailand and Australian members are violently clashing with locals since Covid-19 travel restrictions lifted.

Australian bikie gang members have been involved in a brutal feud with Thai locals since at least 2015, with several arrested on major charges.

Power struggles between Thai and Australian Hells Angels are escalating as the shooting of a local was reported and images have emerged of Australian bikies partying in their colours in Thailand

Power struggles between Thai and Australian Hells Angels are escalating as the shooting of a local was reported and images have emerged of Australian bikies partying in their colours in Thailand

Australian Hells Angels are believed to have been involved in the shooting of a Thai man and are causing 'havoc' as a violent new chief seeks to build 'a power network' in Thailand

Australian Hells Angels are believed to have been involved in the shooting of a Thai man and are causing 'havoc' as a violent new chief seeks to build 'a power network' in Thailand

But the power struggle appears to have escalated this month, as images have emerged of many Australian bikies partying in their colours in Thailand.

A Thai man, who is a member of the local Hells Angels chapter claims he was shot when his home and ­Harley Davidson motorcycle shop were sprayed with bullets.

He received leg injuries as his home and car were riddled with bullet holes, the Daily Telegraph

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