Harrowing new video shows the moment the former Nomads bikie boss turned influencer Moudi Tajjour was set upon by four men in a hardware store carpark while being taunted about his podcast.
Daily Mail Australia has exclusively obtained a second video of the attack on Tajjour in a Gold Coast Bunnings car park shortly before 12.45pm on Saturday, with the attackers leaving the underworld figure curled up on the asphalt as his assailants scream: ‘Where’s your podcast now, dog!’
The disturbing footage, supplied by crime news Instagram channel SCN Worldstar, shows the convicted killer, 38, being set upon by heavily tattooed men who take turns dragging, kicking and punching him.
In the video, Tajjour’s 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 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 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 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
A dazed Tajjour, stripped of his shirt and red from the vicious assault, sits up as the men retreat after and intense attack on him in Nerang Bunnings’ car park on the Gold Coast
Moudi Tajjour (above with his ex-wife, Sanaa Mehajer), has issued a threat to his attackers after they viciously bashed, stripped and stomped on him at a Bunnings carpark
A dazed Tajjour manages to sit up, shirtless and the skin around his head and chest appearing red, as the attackers retreat.
Tajjour has vowed revenge on the men who attacked him – warning that he has now come out of retirement – after leaving his gangster life behind to focus on becoming a social media influencer and podcaster.
The attack appears to have occurred shortly after the ex-Nomads bikie Tajjour shared a video of himself and other associates with their bikes at a Nerang carpark earlier in the day.
Queensland Police told Daily Mail Australia officers attended the wild scene where they issued three traffic infringements for ‘minor matters’ but made no arrests.
That’s because officers ‘spoke with a number of people at that location and no complaints had been made’.
Police are now reviewing CCTV footage and say the matter is still under investigation.
Tajjour is pictured in 2017 as he signs his marriage certificate to Sanaa Mehajer, sister of disgraced property developer Salim Mehajer
‘Now they will live with looking over their shoulder for the rest of their f***ing life,’ Tajjour said off-camera in a TikTok clip.
‘I’m out of retirement, I’m back in the f***ing club.
‘This was a wake-up for me, I can never leave this life.’
The TikTok and Instagram star said he had been attacked out of the blue and struck from behind by a ‘steroid head’
‘I was f***ng on my phone, I looked up and got dog-shotted,’ he said.
Tajjour (pictured) spent four years behind bars for the manslaughter of Robin Nassour in 2006
Former bikie boss Moudi Tajjour has been brutally bashed by a gang of men in a Gold Coast Bunnings carpark (pictured)
‘Then I got surrounded and he got me a f***ing beauty and then they got me, his mates started coming from the side they got me good, straight out.’
‘I won’t show my face because I have a little black eye, I won’t give them the courtesy of taking a screenshot.’
Since burning his Nomads ‘colours’ and leaving the club several years ago, Tajjour has become a cult figure on social media engaging in ‘verbal battles’ with both real and would-be gangsters.
Tajjour in the late 1990s was the youngest-ever recruit into the Nomads joining the Sydney chapter of the bikie gang when he was only 15.
Tajjour shares a son with Ashleigh Gudgeon (pictured) who worked as a manager in a café he owned
Tajjour (left) made a name for himself after he joined the Nomads outlaw motorcycle gang and acted as right-hand man to its national president, his elder brother Sleiman (right)
He and his brother, Sleiman, spent four years behind bars after being convicted of the manslaughter of Robin Nassour, the younger brother of Fat Pizza star George Nassour, in 2006.
Sleiman remains the national president of the Nomads bikie gang.
Tajjour moved from Sydney to the Gold Coast earlier this year to be closer to his son Gabriel, whose mother Ashleigh Gudgeon worked as a manager in a café he owned.
In 2017, he was briefly married to Sanaa Mehajer, the sister of disgraced property developer Salim Mehajer.