- Mario Vosmaer, 61, a former Bandidos bikie, was at his business in Brisbane
- A man arrived claiming he was from rival bikie gang The Comancheros
- The pair were arguing when the man hit Mr Vosmaer on the head with a gun
- Mr Vosmaer suffered deep lacerations to his head just after 1pm on Thursday
(pictures) — A high profile former bikie boss has suffered a horrific head injury after being struck by a firearm before his business was showered with bullets.
Mario Vosmaer, 61, a former Bandidos bikie, was at his business Moorooka Wholesale at Archerfield in Brisbane at about 1pm on Thursday when a man arrived in a silver Commodore claiming he was from rival gang The Comancheros.
A brief altercation ensued between the pair before Mr Vosmaer was jumped and beaten over the head repeatedly with the gun.
He suffered a deep laceration to his head and was left bloodied and bruised after the violent attack.
No one else was injured.
A short time later, the man sprayed the car business with bullets as well as shooting at nearby cars.
Paramedics arrived and treated Mr Vosmaer who refused to be taken to hospital.
Police established a crime scene as they investigate the attack and shooting.
The late model silver sedan and a late model black sedan were later seen driving in the Archerfield area.