See the chilling photo that ex-bikie boss Toby Mitchell shared on Instagram with a brutal message to his rivals – as Melbourne braces for an all-out underworld war
- Toby Mitchell was dumped as president of the terrifying Mongolian biker gang
- Several of his loyal Mongolian lieutenants were also expelled from the club
- Mitchell has taken to social media in a show of strength to mock his former club
- The former kickboxer has been shot several times, but keeps going
- Mitchell has become a bit of an Instagram influencer in recent years
Feared former biker boss Toby Mitchell has received an extraordinary public swipe at the outlaw club that fired him from the top job.
Mitchell, 45, took to Instagram overnight to post a clear warning to the Mongols, who evicted him on April 1.
Positioned in the middle of a group of burly dudes, some of them former Mongolians, Mitchell captioned the photo: ‘What the hell did you think was going to happen’.
Toby Mitchell – third front from right – hits social media to wave goodbye to his former club
Toby Mitchell clicked on Instagram to wave goodbye to his former club
Sam ‘The Punisher’ Abdulrahim seen in the Instagram photo with Mitchell
The photo appears to have been taken along Melbourne’s Southbank – just a stone’s throw from Mitchell’s high-rise home.
Among those seen in the photo are former national gang sergeant-at-arms Mark Balsillie and boxer Sam ‘The Punisher’ Abdulrahim.
Both men had been unceremoniously turned away from the Mongols just days after Mitchell was shown the door.
Abdulrahim had once been friends with now-dead mobster Nabil “Mad Lebo” Maghnie, who was himself suspected of murdering Mitchell outside Doherty’s Gym in 2011.
The menacing boxer, who was convicted of driving guilty after killing an 88-year-old woman while speeding in his Ferrari, was sitting with Kadir Ors at a bus stop in September 2016 when George Marrogi showed up and started shooting.
Ors was killed, but Abdulrahim walked away without a scratch.
Marrogi, who was sentenced to 32 years in prison for the attack on Ors, remains the head of the Notorious Crime Family gang.
Mitchell made a lifetime of criminal connections after initially rising to sergeant-at-arms with the Bandidos.
He’s been shot at a whopping seven times in separate shootings over the years and now needs dozens of drugs to just get out of bed in the morning.
When he’s not getting shot, Mitchell likes to post photos to his more than 300,000 Instagram followers — he recently posted a video of a hairdresser rubbing lotion into his tattooed mug.
Nabil ‘The Mad Lebo’ Maghnie was once suspected of shooting Toby Mitchell. He was killed in a hail of bullets years later
Gang boss George Marrogi has been linked with friends of Toby Mitchell
Dozens of Mongolians have reportedly left the club in recent times, with underworld insiders suggesting the club is going down.
The fear reportedly started when a bunch of Queenslanders took over the club last month.
A few days ago, the Daily Mail Australia reported that Melbourne was on the brink of an all-out gang war like it has not seen since the infamous Underbelly War.
Between January 1998 and August 2010, 36 underworld figures from Melbourne were murdered.
An underworld insider told Daily Mail Australia that Melbourne was going through “the most volatile period since the gang war on many fronts.”
“The rise of Marrogis NCF and his arrest for conspiracy has all kinds of implications. There is a lot of money at stake, a lot of drugs, a lot of money,” he said.
A hairdresser massages Toby Mitchell’s head in a bizarre Instagram post
Toby Mitchell has over 300,000 Instagram followers
Mitchell considers himself a bit of a fashion icon if he doesn’t dodge bullets
Recent unrest among Australian biker gangs has led to Comancheros boss Mick Murray indicted for the 2019 murder of Mitat Rasimi and just days ago his likely successor was gunned down in Sydney.
Tarek Zahed remains in hospital after being shot up to 10 times in a crowded Sydney gym in an ambush that claimed the life of his brother Omar Zahed.
The arrest of hundreds of crooks in Australia last June has created a new vacuum in Melbourne’s underworld.
Authorities sensationally carried out the largest-ever organized crime bust in the country, announcing that 224 people had been arrested as a result of an elaborate sting involving technology designed by the FBI.
While Mitchell isn’t expected to start a new biker gang, the Instagram post suggests he doesn’t have any plans to start a regular day job right away.
“It’s been decades since it was this unstable. And you just have to check out Sydney,” the insider said.
“I mean, they’re not going to get jobs at Bunnings are they?”
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