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Monday, 12 April 2010

Arrests over bikie gangs street brawl - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

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Arrests over bikie gangs street brawl - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation): "violent street brawl between rival bikie gang members has led to the arrests of six men in Adelaide.
Police say Hells Angels members fought with members of the New Boys outside the Ink Central tattoo parlour in Hindley Street in the city, at about 1:45am ACST.
Police allege the Hells Angels used metal poles and chains and that chairs were thrown.
After the fighting, the Hells Angels drove off in two cars and police stopped one in nearby Light Square.
They say three men from Victoria aged 25, 39 and 40, a British national, 50, and a man, 31, from Magill in Adelaide were arrested and charged."

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