Rival bikie gangs in Auckland have created chaos across the city after brawling in the streets before committing a violent assault in hospital.
Police are looking for three men, all with links to the Hells Angels gang, after a violent brawl erupted on Auckland's gentleman's strip before ending in the violent assault of a security guard in hospital.
The fight initially broke out at between members of the Hells Angels and rival bikie gang the King Cobras at 3:20am on Gore Street, which is known for its strip clubs, stuff reported.
Mua Fa'Anunu, 30 (left) and Murray Matthews, 28 (right) are tow of the three men police are looking for in relation to the assault of a hospital security guard
Police are also looking for Anthony Chown, 27, (left) in relation to the assault. All three of the men have connections to the New Zealand chapter of Hells Angels (picture right)
Several gang members from both groups were injured during the fight and were taken to Auckland City Hospital.
There the fight broke out again in the accident and emergency ward.
A hospital security guard who tried to break up the brawling gang members was violently assaulted in the process.
A 27-year-old man was arrested for breaching bail because of the brawl.
Police are looking for 27-year-old Anthony Chown, 28-year-old Murray Matthews and 30-year-old Mua Fa'Anunu in relation to the assault.
They have said that the three men all have links to the bikie gang and are considered dangerous.
embers of the New Zealand Hells Angels gang are accused of brawling at 3:30 am before being sent to hospital where the brawl erupted again
Police also arrested four members of the King Cobra gang in a separate incident
All of them have warrants out for arrest for assault with intent to injure.
Following the assault the hospital upped the security over the weekend but is now back to normal.
In an unrelated incident police also arrested and charged four King Cobra members after finding firearms and drugs in the vehicle they were riding in.
'Police have zero tolerance for this kind of behaviour and will continue to actively search for all parties involved,' Detective Senior Sergeant Nina Pedersen said.
Police are urging anyone with information on the trios whereabouts to call 111 immediately.