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Saturday, 30 October 2010

Bikies hand themselves in - Yahoo!7

10:06 |

Bikies hand themselves in - Yahoo!7: "Melbourne nightclub owner says bikie gangs should be made illegal in Victoria after two Bandidos handed themselves in over a beating at his strip club.
Police said a group of men entered the Centrefold Lounge in King St in the CBD some time after 6am (AEDT) on Sunday but refused to leave when told the bar was shutting.
They then allegedly became violent, bashing bar staff and bouncers. One worker was hit with a bar stool.
Five people were treated in hospital for injuries ranging from cuts and bruises to a broken jaw.
Centrefold Lounge director Peter Iwaniuk said one of the bikies, who was not charged, had been a 'good samaritan' and stopped the others during the assault.
On Monday the men handed themselves into police, who had looked at CCTV footage and knew them through their links to the Bandidos and the security industry, Detective-Senior Constable Matthew Eeles said."

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