Local businesses fear members of another outlaw motorcycle gang are now making a run at Broadbeach -- traditionally Bandido territory -- after seeing scores of bikies "circling" the main strip in the days following the incident.
A Broadbeach restaurant owner, who did not want to be named for fear of reprisals, said he saw four outlaw motorcycle gang members start beating a man who had been dining on the strip at about 8pm last Sunday.
"The whole of Broadbeach was looking at something bad happening," he said.
"Everyone was afraid.
"Four of them attacked one person, so my brother and I went out and saved him.
"We hit them.
"Maybe because I wasn't born in Australia, I am not as scared of the bikies like other people are," he said.
Some witnesses reported the bikies were armed with knives, bats and poles. Chairs were thrown during the violent altercation, which happened just outside the upmarket Koi restaurant.
But the restaurateur said he did not see any weapons and the bikies took off once they started fighting back.