A BIKER gang leader with terrifying head-to-toe tattoos has been ordered to cover his thick ink tracks with makeup.
Dayne Brajkovich, of the Western Australian chapter of Notorious Hell’s Angels, breached tough new laws on the display of violent gang symbols.
The new law bans clothing, tattoos, painted badges or stickers associated with 46 cyclist clubs, including the Hells Angels, Coffin Cheaters, Bandidos and Gypsy Jokers.
Dayne has the words “Hell’s Angel” tattooed on his forehead and “1% er”, which is believed to signal that a member has committed violence towards the club, on his neck.
Acting WA Police Commissioner Col Blanch said heavily tattooed cyclists like Dayne may need to cover up to avoid breaking the law.
“I would start with things like Band-Aids or solid makeup or have it removed or alternatively, people can choose the option of not living in Western Australia if this legislation is passed,” Cmr Blanch told 6PR refer to Dayne.
The tattoo ban is just one of Brajkovich’s latest woes.
The Angel of Hell was recently kicked out of his own gang in Perth following a reported mess with gang members.
The fight broke out after the 42-year-old challenged other Hell’s Angels for partying with rival gangs’ bikinis, The West Australian reported.
Angels club members are said to have attended a birthday party for a Rebels bikie, and were spotted with members of the Gypsy Jokers at a separate event.
Dayne is said to have been beaten in a brawl for gang mingling that led to his expulsion from his own club last week.
The aggressive-looking cyclist was last seen in the news after being found guilty of assaulting Rebels bikie bar owner Nick Martin during a bar brawl on November 24, 2020, two weeks before Martin was shot down at the Perth Motorplex in Kwinana Beach.
Dayne was fined $800 for the incident.
On March 2 of last year, Dayne’s home in Sedgeland Way, Ascot, was also shot multiple times in a drive-by shooting.
Commenting on the tough new tattoo law, WA Attorney General John Quigley said: “These organizations and their patches are designed to demonstrate a connection to crime and to intimidate others, including including law-abiding citizens in our community. This will cease when these laws come into effect”.
“These laws represent the toughest and most comprehensive reforms to combat organized crime in all of Australia’s States and Territories.”
Other cyclists have expressed dismay at the law banning the display of gang tattoos in public.
Last year, badly torn bikie guy Chris ‘Ballistic’ Orchard compared the law to “Nazi”.
“Just like that we (are) now in North Korea (or) Nazi Germany, whatever you want to call us, we are there freedoms are gone. Anyone who thinks this is true is delusional,” Orchard, a member of the Coffin Cheaters gang, wrote on Facebook.
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