Former Hells Angels member, Peter Zervas, has been arrested driving through Sydney’s CBD allegedly with an extendable baton in his “company car,” The Daily Telegraph reports.
The 44-year-old Greek Australian was a central figure in the infamous 2009 brawl at Sydney Airport between the Hells Angels and the Comanchero, in which his brother Anthony Zervas was stabbed to death.
On Sunday night, police were doing random vehicle checks in the city when they pulled Zervas over on Kent St about 10pm.
“Officers conducted a search of the vehicle and allegedly located an expandable baton,” police confirmed in a statement to The Daily Telegraph.
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