Brutal moment where ex bike boss turned influencer Moudi Tajjour is beaten and stomped by a heavily tattooed gang of assailants in a Bunnings car park – as he vows revenge
- Former motorcycle boss Moudi Tajjour beaten up by four men in a Bunnings car park
- Footage shows Tajjour being stomped and beaten in a Gold Coast store
- Tajjour has vowed revenge against his attackers and says he is no longer ‘retired’
- The former Nomads enforcer from Sydney has become a social media star
Former bike boss Moudi Tajjour has vowed revenge against the men who brutally beat him up in a car park in central Bunnings.
Disturbing footage shows the convicted killer, 38, curled up on the tarmac outside the Gold Coast hardware store in Nerang as heavily tattooed men take turns dragging, kicking and beating him shortly before 12.45am on Saturday.
Police told the Daily Mail Australia officers attended the wild scene where they issued three traffic violations for “minor matters” but made no arrests.
That’s because officers “talked to a number of people at that location and no complaints have come in.”
Police are now reviewing CCTV footage and say the case is still under investigation.
Tajjour is pictured in 2017 signing his marriage certificate with Sanaa Mehajer, sister of disgraced property developer Salim Mehajer
Following the horrific assault, the ex-Nomads bikie issued a chilling warning to his attackers, saying he is “retiring” after leaving his gangster life behind to focus on his emerging career as a social media influencer.
“Now they will live looking over their shoulder for the rest of their lives,” Tajjour said off-camera in a TikTok clip.
“I’m retired, I’m back in the damn club.
“This was a wake-up for me, I can never leave this life.”
The TikTok and Instagram star said he was attacked out of the blue and hit from behind by a ‘steroid head’
“I was fucking on my phone, I looked up and a dog shot me,” he said.
Tajjour (pictured) spent four years behind bars for the 2006 murder of Robin Nassour
Former motorcycle boss Moudi Tajjour was brutally beaten up by a gang of men in a Gold Coast Bunnings car park (pictured)
“Then I got surrounded and he got my damn beauty and then they got me, his buddies started coming in from the side, they got me good, straight.”
“I won’t show my face because I have a little black eye, I won’t show them the courtesy to take a screenshot.”
Since burning his Nomads’ ‘colours’ and leaving the club several years ago, Tajjour has been a social media cult figure who engages in “verbal combat” with both real and pretend gangsters.
Tajjour was the youngest-ever recruit in the Nomads in the late 1990s to join the Sydney chapter of the biker gang when he was just 15.
Tajjour shares a son with Ashleigh Gudgeon (pictured) who worked as a manager at a cafe he owned
Tajjour (left) made a name for himself after joining the Nomads outlaw biker gang and acting as the right-hand man of the national president, his older brother Sleiman (right)
He and his brother, Sleiman, spent four years behind bars after being convicted in 2006 of manslaughter of Robin Nassour, the younger brother of Fat Pizza star George Nassour.
Sleiman remains the national president of the motorcycle gang Nomads.
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 at a cafe he owned.
In 2017, he was briefly married to Sanaa Mehajer, sister of disgraced property developer Salim Mehajer.