By court reporter Sarah Farnsworth
Updated Tue Nov 20, 2012 2:15pm AEDT
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of the head of the Comancheros motorcycle gang amid fears he could have fled overseas.
Self-proclaimed Comancheros national president Mark Buddle, 27, was bailed on a $50,000 surety in September.
He is facing 19 charges over a brawl outside the Melbourne strip club Spearmint Rhino last year.
The Melbourne Magistrates Court heard Buddle has failed to report to police for more than a month, and police are concerned because another man, who previously headed the gang, had gone overseas.
His bail has been revoked in Victoria and a warrant issued for his arrest.
A warrant has also been issued for Buddle's arrest in New South Wales after his bail was revoked for other charges.