Ex-Nomads bikie vows to marry an & # 39; ugly woman & # 39; and unwind after his ex-girlfriend dumped via text message
- Ex-Nomad's boss and convicted murderer Moudi Tajjour, 35, wants to settle down
- He threw his heart on Instagram and begged women to swallow him & # 39;
- Tajjour said he is ready to be a & # 39; decent man & # 39; and settles for a good & # 39; ugly woman & # 39;
- He revealed that he had 14 failed relationships, the most recent being Jessica Foster
- The model sent an SMS to him after they had gone on holiday together to end the relationship
The former president of one of Australia's most feared bike gangs has sworn with a good & # 39; ugly woman & # 39; to marry and settle down after his ex-girlfriend broke up by text message.
Ex-Nomad's enforcer and convicted murderer Moudi Tajjour, 35, threw his heart on Instagram and begged women to beat him, after 14 failed romances.
He shared an image of him and his former flame, Jessica Foster, with her face covered in black to more than 47,000 Instagram followers.
Ex-Nomad's enforcer and convicted murderer Moudi Tajjour (photo), 35, collapsed on Instagram and begged women to beat him after 14 failed romances
He shared an image of him and his former flame, Jessica Foster, with her face covered in black to more than 47,000 Instagram followers
Tajjour urged all women to report to him and vowed to have their & # 39; ugly headlines & # 39; would not judge.
& # 39; Gosh, I swear I'm not the happiest man when it comes to love … 35 years old, I've had about fourteen relationships and no one has sustained it & # 39 ;, he wrote under the image.
& # 39; Not for the woman's fault, but because there is simply not enough love to keep myself there, either way I think or would have succeeded now. & # 39;
& # 39; I sometimes worry about who will take care of me when I am old and wrinkled. Even jokes aren't really serious, I have to find a wife. & # 39;
Tajjour went on to say that he should stop looking for the & # 39; best looking women & # 39; and try to find some based on their heart.
& # 39; There are no longer all false marks now. I have to think smart and settle for someone I can get along with, rather than someone I just feel attracted to, & he said.
& # 39; Save me now while I'm in the mood to be a decent man and not judge your ugly head. & # 39;
The former president of one of Australia's most feared bike gangs has sworn a good & ugly woman & # 39; to marry and settle down after his ex-girlfriend, Jessica Foster (photo), broke up with him
Tajjour went on to say that he should stop looking for the & # 39; best looking women & # 39; and try to find some based on their heart
& # 39; Let's travel the world together, big ugly devil. & # 39;
Miss Foster sms & the earlier Tajjour that she was worried about the media attention that comes with dating a former bicycle boss and said she wanted to focus on her studies.
& # 39; My studies, work and family are paramount and I am not looking for media attention, & # 39; she told Tajjour in a message he shared on social media.
& # 39; I have to concentrate on my studies with my eighteen months. I can't jeopardize that right now … unfortunately we met at the wrong time. & # 39;
She signed: & # 39; You are a perfect gentleman and you are not at all as they imagine you in the media. Thanks again for everything. & # 39;
Miss Foster said she was worried about the media attention that comes with dating a former cycling boss
Tajjour said the split was a shock to him because he had praised it days ago to remove female fans on Instagram out of respect for his new girlfriend.
A heartbroken Tajjour uploaded a screenshot of the post on his Instagram profile with a long caption.
Tajjour criticized the media for reporting his vacation that he had broadcast to his 43,000 followers on Instagram.
& # 39; It was a simple short vacation away with a special woman I cared for and wanted to be with, but you ruined it & he said.
Tajjour signed by implying that this was the first time he was dumped and that he now knows how the women he broke up with feeling.
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