DETECTIVES are attempting to get a Rebels bikie banned from Darwin CBD for being a wally.
CCTV footage shows the 26-year-old member of the Rebels Darwin chapter bouncing on the footpath in a boxer's stance, allegedly challenging males outside nightclub HP Underground.
Security guards watch on unimpressed as two long-suffering friends of the bikie try to placate him.
The bikie eventually pulls off his shirt Incredible Hulk-style, allegedly making a few more threats at a confused clubber before wandering off down Mitchell Street.
Detective Senior Sergeant Mark Stringer said the man became aggressive after he was removed from HP Underground by security for being drunk.
"It will be alleged that during his tirade of verbal abuse (he) made clear his involvement with the outlaw motorcycle gang in an effort to intimidate patrons," Det Sen Sgt Stringer said.
Police were able to identify the man through CCTV footage and arrested him yesterday morning.
"Anti-social behaviour by members of outlaw motorcycle groups or any other members of the public will not be tolerated by the NT Police; and people are encouraged to report anti-social behaviour incidents to authorities," the Det Snr Sgt Stringer said.
The man was charged with one count of disorderly behaviour in public.
Detectives are seeking approval for an exclusion order from the central business district for 12 months under the Liquor Act. (nothing better to do up there boys?)
He was bailed to appear in court next month.
NT Police have been watching the Rebels closely as they try to establish a chapter in the Top End and recruit locals.
The Darwin chapter had a dozen member in October last year.