Mongols boss granted bail after second alleged serious assault in Melbourne
The Mongols bikie boss was knocked unconscious during an early hours brawl at Queens Bridge Square in Southbank.
Earlier in the night he had been partying at Soho Bar.
CCTV footage shows Mr Mitchell walking with a group of friends along the Southbank promenade and engaging in a verbal altercation with a man sitting on the ground who he then punched in the face twice.
Mr Mitchell was pulled away by his group of friends, but he approached that man again and that's when the bikie boss was struck unconscious.
The Mongols leader was charged with affray and committing an indictable offence while on bail.
He faced the Melbourne Magistrates' Court via video link, and was granted bail for the second time in less than eight weeks today.
The bikie leader was in court last month, also on assault charges but released on bail.
The alleged serious assault occurred outside a cafe on Domain Road in South Yarra on October 4.
Police allege he struck the male to the head three times.
As part of his bail conditions Mr Mitchell was not to associate with any members of the Mongols.
Today, the magistrate ordered the Mongols leader abide by a 6am to 8pm curfew.
He will face court again in March.