HELLS Angels bikie Scott Orrock faces a nervous wait until Tuesday, when a court will decide if his bail is to be revoked.
Orrock is charged with torching a police car outside Newtown police station two weeks ago, but was granted bail in court last week- a decision met with stinging criticism of the judiciary by Premier Barry O'Farrell.
Police allege Orrock stormed into the police station and told them to remove a police car parked outside his King St tattoo parlour within 10 minutes "or I'll burn it down."
The car was discovered, destroyed by fire, on the street a short time later.
The DPP took carriage of the Orrock matter and appealed the decision to grant him bail to the Supreme Court.
When the prosecution attempted to bring up the recent spate of drive-by shootings in south western Sydney, he was scolded by Justice Peter Garling for "grandstanding."
"This is not trial by speculation or suspicion," Justice Garling said.
Orrock's barrister Deone Provera tried to submit it was not a strong case, suggesting it may have been someone the 47-year-old knew who did it "without his knowledge or consent."
But Justice Garling noted that Orrock had handed himself in to police the day after the torching.
The Crown submitted that Orrock is "a volatile and aggressive individual", but the court heard he had no prior convictions relating to assaulting police or resisting arrest.
Justice Garling has reserved his decision on bail until Tuesday.
The former Nomads boss will remain on bail until then.