After being accused of assault, a former biker recants his statement that he is “out of retirement.”
Mouhamed “Moudi” Tajjour, a former gang leader, has denied claims that he is “out of retirement” after being attacked by three men.
A video purporting to show the assault on the former Sydney bikie enforcer in the Gold Coast Bunnings parking lot was posted online over the weekend.
After the alleged fight, Tajjour said on TikTok live that he was “no longer retired” and “back in the f***ing club,” but he later apologized for those statements.
It was later revealed that he had not gone back to the gang he had left. It was an angry time, and I let my feelings be known. So, just so you know, I’m not joining any new teams. The only thing I want is to meet them all and have an even playing field with them, so I’ve been trying to set up one-on-one meetings with them all.
A 31-year-old Park Ridge man is scheduled to appear in court today in connection with the incident, where he is accused of assault causing bodily harm in public and drug possession.