A accused bikie has lashed out at police as he was being arrested at Sydney Airport.
The 34-year-old was one of two brothers arrested as part of a police crackdown on organised crime in Sydney
Police also seized $2.75 million in cash and drugs including 1.15kg of cocaine, 1.1kg of ice, and 26 litres of GBL - also known as 'coma in a bottle - five sub-machine guns, two semi-automatic pistols, two revolvers, ammunition and a silencer.
The illegal goods were found in a storage unit in Sydney's Waterloo.
The men will face court on Friday following an investigation by Strike Force Raptor and the Drug and Firearms Squad.iPhone transfer software
A handcuffed alleged bikie (pictured) was caught trying to escape police during a dramatic arrest at Sydney airport on Thursday
In dramatic scenes, the accused man was seen trying to break free from officers and lash out at a camera filming him shortly after his arrest at Sydney Airport after arriving on a flight from New Zealand.
He was charged with three counts of supplying prohibited drugs, possess ammunition, deal in proceeds of crime, resist arrest, participate in a criminal group, and aggravated firearms offences.
Police then stopped a car in Sydney's Alexandria on Thursday afternoon