Former Nomads boss Moudi Tajjour believes he was ambushed in a Bunnings car park on the Gold Coast after an earlier run-in with a motorcyclist associated with the Mongols.
Tajjour was attacked by four men at a hardware store in Nerang shortly before 12:45 a.m. Saturday after the biker-turned-influencer agreed to go on a peaceful social ride.
Gripping video footage of the moment when 38-year-old Tajjour was ambushed and left curled up on the tarmac as one of his attackers yelled, “Where’s your podcast now, dog?”
Footage obtained by Daily Mail Australia shows heavily tattooed men taking turns dragging, kicking and beating Tajjour in the car park. A 31-year-old man was arrested Monday afternoon in connection with the incident.
Daily Mail Australia can now reveal that the convicted killer’s day began with plans to drive from Eagleby on the Logan River to a restaurant in Coolangatta, about 70km south.
An underworld source said Tajjour, who has left the criminal biker gang scene, was told there would be no outlaw bikies on the ride.
Former Nomads boss Moudi Tajjour (above) believes he was set up to be beaten in a Bunnings car park on the Gold Coast after an earlier confrontation with a motorcyclist associated with the Mongols
The source said 60 to 70 motorcyclists gathered at the Eagleby boat ramp around 10am and a man unknown to Tajjour began beating up the former motorcyclist.
“This man kept staring at Moudi and he confronted him,” the source said. Moudi came to him and just said to him, “What’s the problem mate?” He said, “There’s no drama”.
‘Moudi didn’t even provoke it. He just said to him, “You’ve been giving me a hostile look for 20 minutes. Do I know you? Why are you looking at me like that?”‘
The man Tajjour encountered – whom the source believed had ties to the Mongols – claimed he had to detour to the Nerang Bunnings to meet some of the other horsemen.
The source said the group left with the man riding alongside Tajjour.
Stripped and beaten (left) then stomped off (right), new video shows the savage attack on ex-bikie turned influencer in Nerang Bunnings car park last Saturday
Tajjour was attacked by four men at a hardware store in Nerang shortly before 12.45am on Saturday after the biker-turned-influencer agreed to go on a peaceful social ride. He is pictured with ex-wife Sanaa
Some time before they reached Bunnings, the Mongolian man contacted his associates and about eight of them were in the parking lot when Tajjour arrived.
The source said the men who ambush Tajjour made no attempt to disguise themselves, but took the number plates off their bikes.
“Moudi got off his bike knowing what was going to happen,” he said. “He realized he’d been set up.”
The source did not know why the instigator of the attack had arranged for Tajjour to be ambushed, but suspected he had done so to gain some “power”.
“Why wouldn’t this man just fight at the boat ramp?” he said.
“If there was a problem, he could have just scolded Moudi. I don’t know why he had to call eight of his boys to get there.’
Video shared on social media shows what happened next. The source said the men who jumped the Tajjour planned to film the attack and even brought a tripod.
A dazed Tajjour, stripped of his shirt and red from the vicious attack, sits up as the men retreat after an intense attack on him in the car park of Nerang Bunnings on the Gold Coast
Moudi Tajjour (above with his ex-wife, Sanaa Mehajer), has made a threat to his attackers after they viciously beat, stripped and stomped him in a Bunnings car park
In one video, Tajjour’s attackers can be heard yelling “f*** off, you f***ing dog” and he can be heard moaning as the punches and kicks land.
A man warns the gang to stay away from the line of motorcycles where the attack is taking place, saying ‘watch the bikes guys, watch the bikes’.
Then one of the attackers drags Tajjour away from the bikes, takes off his shirt, punches him in the head and torso, then returns to viciously stomp on his stomach.
A dazed Tajjour manages to sit up, shirtless and the skin around his head and chest appearing red hot, as the attackers retreat.
Tajjour has vowed revenge against the men who attacked him – warned he is now retired – after leaving his gangster life behind to focus on becoming a social media influencer and podcaster.
But the underworld source said Tajjour looking for revenge was unlikely.
“These guys are already at war,” he said of the Mongols. ‘He’s not going to do anything. If anything happens to one of them, it will fall on him. He doesn’t need the drama.’
Tajjour is pictured in 2017 signing his marriage certificate with Sanaa Mehajer, sister of disgraced property developer Salim Mehajer
Queensland 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.”
But on Monday afternoon, officers from the Organized Crime Gangs Group handcuffed a 31-year-old Park Ridge man for his alleged role in the incident.
“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 (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.