The cheeky way bikie tattooed from head-to-toe in gang logos is getting around laws ordering him to cover up them up with MAKE-UP
- Former Hells Angels bikie Dayne Brajkovich was charged for displaying Hells Angels insignia in public
- New anti-gang laws mean bikies can’t display club names on clothes or skin – causing major issue for him
- Brajkovich has since covered up one club tattoo by etching the words ‘f**k the police’ in its place
- He’s also covered up another tattoo with black bars and coloured in a diamond on his chest
A former Hells Angels bikie has inked ‘f**k the police’ onto his forehead in an attempt to cover up existing gang tattoos, after hardline laws banned him from displaying club insignia.
Dayne Brajkovich is covered head-to-toe in ink but has recently had to slightly alter some of his Hells Angels markings to get around Western Australia’s new anti-bikie laws.
The laws ban bikies from displaying their club logos – whether they be gang patches, stickers or tattoos – in public.
The move led senior police to joke Brajkovich will have to smother himself in make-up to go about his business.
Months after the laws passed, Brajkovich was charged with allegedly displaying club insignia in public – but pictures show he has taken drastic measures to comply with the legislation.
Dayne Brajkovich is covered head-to-toe in tattoos but has slightly altered a few of his Hells Angels markings to get around Western Australia’s new anti-bikie laws. One tattoo on his forehead reads ‘f**k the police’, in place of an alleged insignia. Black stripes have also covered up another tattoo while a diamond on his chest was coloured in with black ink
Above, the new ‘f*** the police’ tattoo on his forehead. Senior WA Police joked that Brajkovic would have to smother his body in make-up to cover up some of his bikie-related tattoos
The picture published above show the bikie has now inked black stripes onto his skin over a large Hells Angels tattoo on his head.
The words ‘sergeant at arms’ also been covered up. A ‘1 per cent’ tattoo on his chest is now a black diamond but the words ‘revenge’ and ‘enforcer’ are still clearly marked around Brajkovich’s head.
He is also infamous for his distinctive ‘HAMC’- the acronym for Hells Angels Motorcycle Club – tattooed on his nose, but it’s unclear if that still remains.
The bikie had received the tattoos before the new laws were introduced last Christmas, and was warned he may have to wear make-up to cover up his ink.
It’s understood Brajkovich was kicked out of Hells Angels in February after he fell into a dispute with senior members of the club.
In March 2021, WA Police Commissioner Chris Dawson slammed Brajkovich’s attire at a Perth Magistrates Court sentencing hearing as ‘unacceptable’.
He wore a jersey emblazoned with the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club initials HAMC and with ‘HOF CITY’ on it, believed to be a nod to a chapter the gang has in the German city of Hof.
Mr Dawson said Brajkovich’s tattoos and clothing are ‘totally disrespectful to not only the court but to the community’.
‘This is not us being hyper-sensitive about what people wear, this is absolute defiance in saying ‘I’m outside the law and I’m going to remain outside the law’.’
The bikie had received the tattoos before the new laws were introduced last Christmas, and was warned he may have to wear make-up to cover up his ink. He is seen left with his tattoos covered up and right before they were altered
Acting WA Police commissioner Col Blanch suggested in October last year that bikies will need to cover their tattoos with make-up or band-aids.
‘I would start with things like Band-Aids or make-up certainly or have it removed or alternatively, people can choose the option not to live in Western Australia if this law passes,’ he said.
The maximum penalties for wearing prohibited insignia are 12 months in jail, a $12,000 fine for individuals or up to $60,000 for ‘corporations’.
Brajkovich was fined $800 for bashing Rebels boss Nick Martin just weeks before he was assassinated in December, 2020.