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Ex-bikie Moudi Tajjour issues ominous warning to his Mongol enemies after Bunnings bashing

The ex-bikie boss allegedly bashed in a Bunnings carpark has made thunderous threats of revenge – but then sheepishly backtracked in early morning posts.

Former Nomads bikie boss turned influencer Moudi Tajjour was allegedly set upon by four men in the Gold Coast hardware store carpark on Saturday while being taunted about his podcast.

The savage assault, which has led to one man being charged by Queensland police over the attack on the Coomera ex-bikie, was filmed in two clips that were published online.

Tajjour, who spent four years behind bars for the manslaughter of Robin Nassour in 2006, initially vowed to come out of retirement over the humiliating incident and lead a revenge attack.

He removed his sunglasses to reveal cuts and bruises

Late on Monday Tajjour attempted to joke about the brutal incident saying ‘I don’t even look that bad’

Former Nomads bikie boss turned influencer Moudi Tajjour issued threats against his enemies after allegedly being bashed and stomped in a Gold Coast Bunnings carpark

Former Nomads bikie boss turned influencer Moudi Tajjour issued threats against his enemies after allegedly being bashed and stomped in a Gold Coast Bunnings carpark

‘This is a message to all the Mongols in Australia. Any state, Melbourne, Sydney, Gold Coast, Adelaide, tell us where? I’ll put the boys f***ing everywhere,’ Tajjour said a TikTok video on Monday.

‘Tell us where you want us to do this.

‘I tried to Facetime you to show me where youse are, youse won’t Facetime you keep rejecting it. You pussy dogs.’

But in the early hours of Tuesday morning Tajjour walked back his threats in new posts, even joking about the alleged attack and the injuries he received.

‘I’ve actually calmed down and the anger is gone and I’m thinking properly and wanna be clear so no-one tries to use me as a way to get their revenge and tries to make it look like it’s me,’ he wrote in a TikTok post.

A dazed Tajjour, stripped of his shirt and red from the alleged assault, sits up as the men retreat in Nerang Bunnings' car park on the Gold Coast

A dazed Tajjour, stripped of his shirt and red from the alleged assault, sits up as the men retreat in Nerang Bunnings’ car park on the Gold Coast

By the early hours of Tuesday morning Tajjour had walked back his thunderous threats in new TikTok posts, saying he was not rejoining a gang

Tajjour said he didn't want anyone taking revenge in his name, but he did demand to have a 'crack' at his attackers one-on-one

By the early hours of Tuesday morning Tajjour had walked back his thunderous threats in new TikTok posts, although he did demand to have a ‘crack’ at his attackers one-on-one

‘Make this clear… I have not returned to the bikies [it was] an angry moment and I spoke out [of] emotion. So please know I ain’t back in any crew.

‘I want to make it clear to the gangs that are at war with them, don’t bother trying to make moves on them and make out it’s me.’

But in a clear ploy to regain some honour Tajjour, demanded he be allowed ‘a crack… one-on-one’ with his alleged attackers.

‘I am stating now my only intention is meet them and have a fair go with each one that’s it so whoever is thinking I’m planning a war they’re actually wrong. 

‘So sorry for the let down regarding revenge wars … The only revenge will be is me having a crack with each of them one on one, that’s it period.’ 

Tajjour also claimed he has ‘reached out’ to make contact with his attackers to set up the ‘one on ones’ that he wants.

Moudi Tajjour (above with his ex-wife, Sanaa Mehajer), has issued a threat to his attackers after they allegedly bashed, stripped and stomped on him at a Bunnings carpark

Moudi Tajjour (above with his ex-wife, Sanaa Mehajer), has issued a threat to his attackers after they allegedly bashed, stripped and stomped on him at a Bunnings carpark

Late on Monday night the ex-Nomad filmed himself removing his sunglasses to show off his cuts and bruises.

‘Well first of all it took four guys… on a little [Lebanese bloke] like me. 

‘Jesus Christ I don’t even look that bad!

‘C’mon guys, three, four of you? I don’t know, I was pretty dazed out, I dunno, I can’t remember half of it.’

He also vowed to take time off social media ‘to clear my head from this social media bubble’. 

The disturbing footage of the bashing was supplied by crime news Instagram channel SCN Worldstar.

In the video, Tajjour’s alleged attackers can be heard crying out ‘f*** off, you f***ing dog’ and he can be heard groaning as the punches and kicks land.

One of his alleged assailants screams in Tajjour’s face: ‘Where’s your podcast now, dog?’ 

Another man warns the gang to keep away from the row of motorbikes where the attack is taking place saying: ‘Watch the bikes boys, watch the bikes’.

Then one of the alleged attackers drags Tajjour away from the bikes, strips off his shirt, punches him in the head and torso, then returns to stomp viciously on his stomach.

Stripped, bashed and dragged out on the asphalt, Tajjor is at the mercy of four men who attacked him

The man then viciously stomped on Tajjour's stomach as onlookers cried out before walking away

Stripped and bashed (left) and then stomped of (right), the new video shows the ferocious attack on ex-bikie turned influencer in the Nerang Bunnings car park last Saturday

Tajjour was allegedly set upon by four men at the hardware store in Nerang shortly before 12.45pm on Saturday after the bikie turned influencer agreed to go on a peaceful social ride. He is pictured with former wife Sanaa

Tajjour was allegedly set upon by four men at the hardware store in Nerang shortly before 12.45pm on Saturday after the bikie turned influencer agreed to go on a peaceful social ride. He is pictured with former wife Sanaa

A 31-year-old Park Ridge man was arrested on Monday afternoon over the incident and charged with assault.

Daily Mail Australia earlier revealed the the convicted killer’s Saturday began with plans to ride from Eagleby on the Logan River to a restaurant at Coolangatta about 70km south.

An underworld source said Tajjour, who has quit the criminal motorcycle gang scene, was told there would be no outlaw bikies on the ride.

The source said 60 to 70 riders gathered at the Eagleby boat ramp about 10am and a man Tajjour did not know began to stir up the former bikie.

‘This guy kept staring at Moudi and he confronted him,’ the source said. ‘Moudi walked up and just said to him, ‘What’s the problem mate?’ He said, ‘There’s no drama.’

Tajjour (pictured) spent four years behind bars for the manslaughter of Robin Nassour in 2006

Tajjour (pictured) spent four years behind bars for the manslaughter of Robin Nassour in 2006

‘Moudi didn’t even provoke it. He just said to him, ‘You’ve been looking at me hostile for 20 minutes. Do I know you? What are you looking at me like that for?”

The man Tajjour confronted – who the source believed to be linked to the Mongols – claimed he needed to detour to the Nerang Bunnings to meet some other riders.

The source said the group headed off with the man riding by Tajjour’s side.

Sometime before they reached Bunnings, the Mongol-linked man contacted his associates and about eight of them were in the carpark when Tajjour arrived.

The source said the men who ambushed Tajjour made no attempt to disguise themselves but had taken the number plates off their bikes.

‘Moudi got off his bike and knew what was going to happen,’ he said. ‘He realised he’d been set up.’

The source did not know why the instigator of the attack had organised for Tajjour to be ambushed but suspected he had done it to gain some ‘clout’.

‘Why wouldn’t this guy just have a fight at the boat ramp?’ he said.

‘He could have just had a crack at Moudi if there was a problem. I don’t know why he had to call eight of his boys to come down there.’

Video shared to social media shows what happened next. The source said the men who jumped Tajjour had planned to film the attack and even brought a tripod.

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