THE Rebels outlaw motorcycle gang headquarters at North
Hobart has been declared a crime scene as police
continue to investigate an alleged serious assault at
investigation comes just a day after two Rebels bikies were
evicted from a Qantas flight at Hobart Airport for
intimidatory behaviour directed at the airline’s staff.
Officers removed the pair from a plane bound for Melbourne
on Sunday evening.
police said they would not be pressing charges because they
were not violent and no one was hurt.
were allowed to book another flight.
other people linked to the Rebels also left plane, which was
delayed by more than an hour.
plane’s pilot alerted police to the bikies, who were causing
“fear and apprehension” aboard, Assistant Commissioner Glenn
Hobart CIB is investigating the alleged assault at the
Burnett St property, on the weekend of a large gang
gathering in Tasmania.
Police would not commenting on the circumstances of the
incident, but Mr Frame said police feared for the alleged
victim’s welfare and encouraged them to seek medical
to 400 Rebels outlaw motorcycle gang members have been in
Tasmania for a ride across the state that started on Friday.
alleged serious assault comes four years after a woman was
raped by a Rebels member at the same clubhouse.