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Former Mongols bikie fighting for life after being shot at relative’s funeral at Fawkner

Heavyweight boxer and former Mongolian cyclist fights for his life after being ambushed at a relative’s funeral – after being expelled from the club along with Toby Mitchell

  • Heavyweight boxer and former Mongolian biker Sam Abdulrahim fight for life
  • Abdulrahim was shot three times and his Mercedes G-Class sprayed with bullets
  • He drove himself to the local police station before being taken to hospital

Heavyweight boxer and former Mongolian biker Sam Abdulrahim fights for his life after being shot while attending his cousin’s funeral.

Abdulrahim, 32, was shot three times and his Mercedes was sprayed with bullets near Fawkner, in Melbourne’s northern suburbs, on Saturday.

Abdulrahim himself drove to the local police station before an ambulance arrived and took him to the Royal Melbourne Hospital in critical condition. The age reported.

Abdulrahim, 32, was shot three times on Saturday and his dark-colored Mercedes sprayed with bullets near Fawkner, in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, on Saturday.

Abdulrahim, 32, was shot three times on Saturday and his dark-colored Mercedes sprayed with bullets near Fawkner, in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, on Saturday.

Abdulrahim, 32, was shot three times and his Mercedes sprayed with bullets at Fawkner

Abdulrahim, 32, was shot three times and his Mercedes sprayed with bullets at Fawkner

He was shot in the lungs and kidneys, Herald Sun reported.

A black four-wheel drive Mercedes-Benz G-Class parked outside the police station is fenced with tape.

The shooting comes months after Abdulrahim, Sergeant-at-arms Mark Balsillie and Toby Mitchell were ordered to surrender their colors.

Balsillie and Abdulrahim were called to an urgent meeting with Queensland’s new hierarchy on the Gold Coast where they were told they were gone, the Herald Sun reported.

Mitchell, also a former Bandidos boss, Balsillie and Abdulrahim were widely regarded as three of the most influential Mongolians in the club’s ranks last year.

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