How the smuggler half live: Lone Wolf 'bikie boss' charged with drug trafficking released on bail to live in a lavish $10m Double Bay mansion - a year after his infamous 'naked arrest'
- Erkan Keskin is an alleged Lone Wolf outlaw bikie gang national president
- He has been released on bail to live in luxury at his $10-million mansion
- Last month, the father of four was charged with drug trafficking
- He was ordered to wear a tracking device and must adhere to a curfew
- Keskin must not leave his Double Bay mansion between 8pm and 6pm
An accused bikie boss charged with drug trafficking has been released on bail to live in luxury at his $10-million mansion in Sydney's exclusive Double Bay suburb.
Erkan Keskin - dubbed Eric the Wolf - was refused bail in a Gold Coast court over drug trafficking offences after he was arrested in Sydney on October 25.
As part of his parole conditions, the 39-year-old must not leave his mansion - where the average house price in Double Bay is $3.2 million - between 8pm and 6am as his matter in court continues, The Daily Telegraph reported.
Earlier this month, the alleged national president of the Lone Wolf outlaw motorcycle gang was granted a $700,000 bail in the Brisbane Supreme Court despite claiming he was an unemployed builder. However, police opposed his bail.
Erkan Keskin (pictured centre, escorted by police last year after he allegedly broke into a stranger's home armed with a gun) has been released on bail to live in the lap of luxury
The father-of-four must not leave his Double Bay mansion (pictured) between 8pm and 6pm
The extravagant property boasts six bedrooms, five bathrooms and a five-car space garage
The high-ranking bikie gang member was ordered to wear a tracking device, report to police twice a day and must adhere to a night-time curfew.
His property, located on Holt Street in the harbourside suburb of Sydney, rents for up to $7,000 a week on the high end market.
And if his extravagant mansion is anything to go by, the property comes complete with six bedrooms, five bathrooms and a five-car space garage.
Other lavish features include a swimming pool, mirrored gym, a fireplace, gourmet kitchen, a video security intercom and an alfresco entertainers' outdoor area.
Double Bay is an affluent harbourside suburb in Sydney. With luxury cars lining its streets, the average house price is $3.2 million.
Located just 15 minutes from the city centre by ferry, Double Bay is famous for its upmarket eateries, lavish penthouses, exclusive boutiques and stunning beaches.
The affluent suburb has been popular among celebrities, with the rich and famous owning stunning waterfront mansions or spotted dining at stylish restaurants.
His Double Bay mansion in the affluent suburb of Sydney, rents for up to $7,000 a week
The mansion features a fireplace, ducted air conditioning and a video security intercom
Other lavish features include a swimming pool and an alfresco entertainers' outdoor area
Last year, Keskin was found naked by police after he allegedly broke into a stranger's Luddenham home in Sydney's west.
He was allegedly armed with a Glock pistol and shooting several rounds into the air before entering the woman's home shirtless.
When Keskin walked out of the home and into the clutches of waiting police, he was naked. He was hospitalised after suffering leg injuries from running through bushes.
Keskin - notoriously known as 'the naked bikie' - was charged with a string of offences, including shooting a firearm in a public place.