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A senior Finks gang bikie showed up to court to apply for bail on Thursday in Wollongong, Australia, and ended up landing in a whole lot more trouble, as he lost his temper with the judge.
The bikie was answering for gun and drug charges and denied bail on Thursday after calling police officers and his lawyer “rude fing csuckers” and the judge a “fing dog”.
Troy Albert Fornaciari, 34, started his court appearance via video link with good behaviour but quickly lost his temper in the Wollongong Local Court.
While attempting to explain why he disagreed with the charges, he launched into an expletive laden tirade against the police officers, his own lawyer and the judge.