Police blit on the funeral of infamous Finks outlaw bikie Les & # 39; Grumpy & # 39; Sharman, while hundreds express his respects while resting in a custom-made chest
- Police blitz marked funeral of fallen Finks bikie member Lesson & # 39; Grumpy & # 39; Sharman
- Taskforce Maxima anti-bikie squadrofficiens were stationed outside the funeral
- An outpost for the breathalyser has been set up outside the Allambe Memorial Park in Gold Coast
- The police said before the funeral that they would keep respectful distance for funeral attendants
Aidan Wondracz for Daily Mail Australia
The funeral for infamous bikie Les & # 39; Grumpy & # 39; Sharman is characterized by a heavy presence of the police.
Queensland officers and members of the Taskforce Maxima anti-bikie team were present because hundreds of Finks bikies on Wednesday let their fallen comrade pay tribute.
The authorities waited outside Carrara Stadium on the Gold Coast, Queensland to carry out checks of grieving people who left the funeral, The Courier Mail reported.
An outpost for the breathalyser was also set up outside the time bomb service at the Allambe Memorial Park in Nerang.
The funeral for infamous bikie Les & # 39; Grumpy & # 39; Sharman (photo) is marked by a heavy presence of the police
An outpost of a breathalyser (photo) was also installed outside the time-lift service at the Allambe Memorial Park in Nerang on the Gold Coast on Wednesday
Mourning people on their way to Mr. Sharman's wake were also filmed for intelligence purposes.
Despite the attention for the funeral procedure, the police said before the funeral that they would keep a respectful distance to the funeral attendants.
However, they would not tolerate violations of the law.
"We respect their right to grieve and bury their own burial grounds, but they must be aware of the law," said assistant commissioner Brian Wilkins of the Southeastern police region prior to the funeral.
And just as the police said they would keep a respectful distance, the Finks bikies also showed that they were willing to continue quietly.
At the funeral, no bike colors were shown in accordance with the anti-bike laws of Queensland.
Only Mr. Sharman's coffin had & # 39; Finks M.C & # 39; and the club logo on its side.
The day caused an interruption of the otherwise tense and tense relationship between the gang and law enforcement in Queensland.
Despite the close monitoring of the funeral procedure (photo), the police said that they would keep a respectful distance from the funeral
"We respect their right to mourn and bury their own cemetery, but they must be aware of the law", said assistant commissioner Brian Wilkins of the southeastern police region prior to the funeral (photo)
Just as the police said they would keep a respectful distance, the Finks cyclists and funeral goers (photo) also showed that they were prepared to continue quietly
The newspaper Courier Mail unveiled legal documents in 2011 that showed a tension between the Finks bikie club and the authorities.
Sharman threw drawers and slammed his fists on the table while officers searched his home in 1997.
& # 39; Five hours & # 39; In the morning and you come to my stinking house man, and you can show me some motherly respect, "said Mr. Sharman reportedly to the police, according to an affidavit.
Sharman, 60, died immediately after his car had rolled several times in an accident in the Numinbah Valley on November 30.
Lesson & # 39; Grumpy & # 39; Sharman, 60 (photo), died immediately after his car had rolled several times in an accident in the Numinbah Valley on November 30
The cool relationship between the law and Finks members on the day was an interruption of an otherwise tense and tense relationship between the two sides (depicted on the funeral director)
At the funeral, no gang colors were shown, in accordance with the bikini laws of Queensland
Participants might not have been able to wear their colors because of the presence of the police, but at least one cyclist made his feelings known (left)
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