- EXCLUSIVE: Booze, strippers and an all-night party: Behind the closed doors of the controversial Nomads MC gathering – as the gang hits back at claims they were taunting police
- A weekend gathering of Nomads MC members in Canberra caused controversy
- More than two dozen members from around Australia arrived for two-day party
- Anti-bikie laws in NSW and Queensland prevent bikies publicly getting together
- Nomads life member Moudi Tajjour revealed what happens behind closed doors
- He says despite controversy, the Nomads OMCG didn't intend to provoke police
A controversial gathering of Nomads bikies last weekend was no different to an end-of-season football club trip, according to one of the club's longest serving members.
More than two dozen members of the Nomads OMCG gathered in Canberra over the weekend, forced out of New South Wales and Queensland by strict anti-bikie laws.
A photo from the weekend showing the group standing together in their colours was seen as showing defiance in the face of hardline anti-bikie Strike Force Raptor.
But according to ex-national vice president Moudi Tajjour, that was never the intention.
Tajjour, 34, who was convicted of manslaughter in 2006, lifted the lid for Daily Mail Australia on what really happens behind the closed doors of the Nomads clubhouse.