A former top bikie boss and wannabe social media star has been busted by cops after posting a clip in court captioned 'F*** court.... #eatad**k'.
Ex-Bandidos national sergeant-at-arms John Fahey, 41, has more than 13,000 followers on Instagram for his buff selfies, criminal tales and pictures of his party lifestyle.
But the self-described 'menice2society' became a menace to himself when he filmed a four second iPhone video at Sydney's Downing Centre Local Court.
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'Menice2society': John Fahey, the former Bandidos national sergeant-at-arms, runs a popular Instagram account
But it was a selfie video in a courtroom captioned 'f*** court' and '#eatadick' which landed Fahey (left and right at the gym) in trouble
Fahey (pictured in a sun bed) has more than 13000 followers on Instagram, which is loaded with shirtless pictures and tales of brushes with the law
Fahey was charged by officers associated with gang-busting squad Strike Force Raptor after posting a clip from the inside of a magistrate's court on May 9.
He was captured on CCTV striding into a courtroom on the fifth floor of the complex with his father and pulling a black Apple iPhone from his pocket.
'The accused commenced to record proceedings on his phone in a 'selfie' style until his father tapped him on the leg to stop him recording,' court documents revealed.
The post said 'F*** court #downingcentre#court#taxs#eatadick'. By the end of the month, he had been charged with using a recording device in court premises.
Detectives were no doubt keeping a close eye on Fahey given he regularly updates his Instagram with posts about his brushes with the law.
On April 24, the gym junkie posted a picture outside Surry Hills Police Station: 'Time to hand myself in to tha Po Po.... #surryhills#police#warrant#naughtyboy'.
It wasn't clear which matter he was referring to.
Fahey regularly posts pictures of his brushes with the law on Instagram. This picture was captioned:'Time to hand myself in to tha Po Po.... #surryhills#police#warrant#naughtyboy'
Detectives were no doubt keeping a close eye on Fahey's