- Mitchell marked his birthday with a cake decorated with luxury brand logos
- Featured logos of Rolex and Grey Goose and a picture of a stack of money
- Mitchell also posted footage of gang members drinking shots in the street
- Echuca a Mongols stronghold and thought to have vital strategic importance
Notorious bikie boss Toby Mitchell has marked his birthday with a cake decorated with the logos of luxury car, watch and vodka brands alongside more than 100 other Mongols gang members.
Specialist police were closely watching Mitchell and his mates as they converged on the small town of Echuca in northern Victoria for his 46th birthday on Saturday.
Mitchell shared his flashy birthday cake on Instagram, which featured the logos of Harley-Davidson, Rolex, Grey Goose and a picture of a stack of money.
Toby Mitchell (pictured) has marked his birthday in style with his Mongols bikie mates in northern Victoria
Mitchell shared his flashy birthday cake on Instagram, which featured the logos of Harley-Davidson, Rolex, Grey Goose and a picture of a stack of money
He also posted footage of gang members drinking shots in the street and riding around town on their motorbikes.
Echuca is home to a large number of Mongols bikies and thought to be one of the most strategically important outlaw motorcycle gang areas in the world.
The Mongols’ clubhouse in the town was raided earlier this year by police investigating allegations of drug trafficking.
Many of its members in Echuca are ex-Bandidos members who patched over to the Mongols.
Mitchell, an ex-Bandidos enforcer himself, was in the headlines back in February after CCTV footage of him being knocked out by a homeless man was released by a Melbourne court.
The video shows a ‘street kid’ dressed like a ‘lumberjack’ knock Mitchell on his behind after the feared bikie had enjoyed a boozy night out with mates.
Mitchell posted footage of Mongols members drinking shots in the street and riding around town on their motorbikes
In June 2016, Mitchell was sentenced to almost two years in jail after he was busted with drugs and a weapon in his car
Mitchell (pictured with Tammy Hembrow) is a veteran bikie and convicted criminal who has survived two attempts on his life and spent time behind bars
Footage shows the homeless man bounce on his toes like a boxer before defending himself against a Mitchell haymaker.
Mitchell’s mates can been seen trying to hold him back, but the tattooed bikie could not be placated.
The video shows the brave ‘victim’ give Mitchell a send-off as his mates drag the dazed bikie away from the fight he had moments earlier instigated.
Toby Mitchell lays on the ground after being knocked out by a homeless man in Melbourne in October. The man (pictured far left) gave the bikie enforcer a decent send-off after he was dragged away by his mates
Magistrate John Bentley released the video despite objections from Mitchell’s barrister Damian Sheales.
Mitchell was shot six times outside a Brunswick gym in 2011 while sergeant at arms for the Bandidos.
He spent weeks in intensive care, underwent 30 operations and lost a kidney, gall bladder and most of his liver.
Mitchell fronts the Melbourne chapter of the Mongols bikie gang (pictured)
He was shot again in 2013 in another attempt on his life.
In June 2016, he was sentenced to almost two years in jail after he was busted with drugs and a weapon in his car.
Mitchell pleaded guilty to possessing ice, cocaine and a baton after police searched his car and Docklands apartment in September 2015.