Another 12 men were given fines ranging from $1200 up to $4500 while Luke Dyer was placed on a good behaviour bond.
Jonathan Cassiotis and Ricky Chapman are now the two only men left to be dealt with in relation to the brawl.
EARLIER: THE ACCUSED ringleader of the Broadbeach brawl has escaped serving actual jail time after being handed a suspended sentenced over his role in the melee.
Jacques Teamo, who was accused of leading a lynch mob into the Aura restaurant, was described as the “cause of the whole affair” and said to play a pivotal role in the brawl.
But the 45-year-old given the benefit of the doubt in his explanation that he was in Broadbeach by coincidence the night of the brawl.
Magistrate Michael Quinn is delivering his verdicts for 19 current and former Bandidos in the Brisbane Magistrates Court this morning in relation to the brawl in September 2013.
Mr Quinn said the brawl clearly caused distress or many patrons in the Aura restaurant and directly resulted in the introduction of the VLAD laws.
Teamo was sentenced to four months imprisonment to be wholly suspended.
Outside court the 45-year-old apologised for his actions but said the prosecution was a “complete wait of time and taxpayer’s money”.
He said he was satisfied that the court hadn’t been told the whole story about what really occurred on the night of the melee.
Mr Quinn recognised the differing roles of those who pleaded guilty and most have so far escaped with fines ranging from $1200 up to $2500.