Bikies revving rented motorcycles and a blue Lamborghini worth half a million dollars have led a hearse carrying two brothers killed in a high-speed car crash.
Jeff and Steve Nasr died when the supercar they were travelling in crashed and burst into flames at around 3am on Saturday, killing them and passenger Bree Keller.
Hundreds of devastated mourners farewelled Jeff, 39, and Steve, 31 at a packed St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church at Punchbowl, in the Sydney’s west on Friday.
A hearse carrying the two white coffins was led through the tiny suburban street by a flashy procession of white motorcycles, drummers and luxury sports cars including a Lamborghini Huracan worth $500,000.
Bikies revving rented motorcycles led a hearse carrying two brothers killed in a high-speed car crash
Hundreds of people lined the streets of Punchbowl for the Nasr funeral, with luxury sports cars (above) and flashy motorbikes parked nearby
A hearse carrying the two white coffins was led through the tiny suburban street by a flashy procession including bikies with skeleton
Family are pictured lifting the coffin of one of the Nasr brothers at the funeral service
Brothers Jeff (left) and Steve Nasr (right) died in the fiery crash in Sydney’s CBD early on Saturday morning
Relative Fadi Nasr spoke to the mourners on behalf of his family, remembering his two younger brothers as ‘shining angels taken too soon’.
‘Jeff and Steve were both wonderful men who lived life to fullest and always brought joy and laughter,’ he said.
‘Jeff was the golden child and he always made the most of it with our mother, who would prepare a special plate of food just for him.’
‘Steve he had a nickname for everyone, he was such a caring person with a heart of gold.
‘He was always joking and playing tricks on people, especially when his Dragons beat dad’s Bulldogs.’
Having lost her husband just a few years earlier, family members said the boys mother wanted the day to be like the wedding they never had.
As their white coffins were led out of the church some mourners danced as they held photos of the pair aloft.
The Nasr brothers died alongside young model Bree Keller, 22, when the $200,000 Nissan GT-R R35 they were in crashed and caught fire.
It was revealed Steve was in a relationship with Ms Keller at the time of the crash.
The sole survivor, Joseph Bagala, 39, remains in a serious condition in hospital.
The parents of Bree Keller (pictured), who was also killed in the horror crash, had never met the older men in the $200,000 sports car
The service attracted a large crowd of mourners
A police officer is seen talking to a group of men who arrived at the funeral on motorbikes
Four police officers pulled Mr Bagala from the luxury car moments before it caught alight
Emotional: Mourners watch on as family members carry the coffin of one of the Nasr brothers
Police were still unsure which of the Nasr brothers was behind the wheel of the car but a relative told Daily Mail Australia Jeff had driven into the city to pick up Steve on the night of the crash.
Accompanied by his friend Joe Bagala, Jeff had jumped behind the wheel of the high-powered sports car to collect Steve and Steve’s friend Ms Keller.
‘Jeff went to pick up Steve in the city and he was hanging out with his mate Joe, and they were driving a mate’s car,’ the relative said.
The relative said Jeff Nasr had been in a relationship for the past 13 years and had been an ‘incredible and amazing’ father figure to his partner’s son.
Bree Keller’s parents believed their daughter had never met the Nasr brothers.
Mourners were seen holding up framed photos of the men
Bree’s father said he did not know the three men his 22-year-old step-daughter was travelling with when she died. It has since been revealed Steve Nasr was in a relationship with Ms Keller at the time of the crash
Four police officers pulled sole survivor Joe Bagala (pictured) from the luxury car moments before it caught alight
A mourner carries a wreath of white flowers moments before the funeral
A Nissan GT-R sports car similar to the one the four were travelling in when they crashed