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Mass burnouts farewell fallen bikie in New Zealand

Police have made no arrests after a day of massive gang funeral processions across Auckland in New Zealand to farewell a Head Hunter who died in custody.Roads were closed to protect the public on Friday as hundreds of members of numerous gangs descended for the funeral in Auckland for Taranaki Fuimaono.The day began with Head Hunters arriving en masse on their motorbikes at St Joseph’s Catholic Church in Grey Lynn, near the central city.

Gang members congregate ahead of the funeral for Taranaki Fuimaono. (Stuff)

They were joined by hundreds of mourners from other patched gangs including the Rebels, King Cobras, Hells Angels, Killer Beez, Mongrel Mob and Two Eight Brotherhood, among others.Police kept a low profile, managing traffic in Great North Road as the outlaws blocked the street once the coffin was removed from the church and into a hearse. Several Auckland detectives were seen around the edge of the crowd.After the funeral, a huge motorcycle procession again followed the hearse out to Avondale then back across town to the Head Hunters East pad, Stuff understands, before heading south to the Māngere Lawn Cemetery for the burial.

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