The most recognizable bikie in Australia is so proud of his fame that he has all 14 newspaper covers with his face displayed in his man cave.
Dayne Brajkovich, a former Hells Angels sergeant at arms, is so famous for his tattoos covering every inch of him that strangers approach him for selfies.
The police attention he’s received since he became the subject of tabloids after he attacked Rebels President Nick Martin during a barroom brawl is less welcome.
Even though he was expelled from the Hells Angels at the beginning of last year, his $ 1.5 million fortress in Ascot is still filled with memorabilia.
Brajkovich is facing jail time if he displays them in public due to WA’s anti-bikie laws. He even had to apply makeup over some tattoos. But he let Daily Mail Australia see inside his inner sanctuary.
Along with his framed newspaper medals are belts, buckles, death head pins, wallets, and caps bearing the winged skull’s logo.
The frame also includes symbols of his former club rank, such as gold pins with the Hells Angels logo and name and an axe with the word sergeant” on the hilt.
Their most prized items are the custom-made baseball bat with his name on it and the Rebels belt buckle given to him as a reward for “getting a task done”.
The expensive man cave has many other items, such as plush couches and two TVs. There’s also an arcade game, a Harley Davidson with DAYNE emblazoned on its number plate, and DAYNE is the name on DAYNE.
At least four bikes are found in other parts of the house. One has the name Ms Hill on the number plate and was used by her after the wedding.
Last year, he told a court that they were supposed to remove all his gear, but no one came. So two days later, he filled eight garbage bags with things and placed them in the Good Sammy’s Bin.
I got rid of the lot. I didn’t want to wear Hells Angels gear after being kicked out in such a way.
Brajkovich, who has two homes and his own, is now focused on growing his portfolio of properties.
On his left ear, he has a tattoo that reads ‘6104,’ the postcode of Belmont and surrounding areas in Southeast Perth, where he was raised and where all his properties are located.
Brajkovich gained notoriety in November 2020 when he beat up Martin at The Sandbar, Scarborough Beach, as part of a dispute about tattoo parlour territory.
Two weeks later, a highly-paid assassin killed Martin while watching a drag race south of Perth from the stands.
In March 2021, Jason Kemp of the Rebels Bikes, a former Brajkovich friend, shot up to six bullets at his car in front of his old house.
Holden Commodore, a car driven by his wife with her daughter aged nine inside, was also shot at in retaliation for the Martin assault.
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