#UK Zivko Stojakovic: Brisbane Bandidos bikie accused of disturbing toilet act #UKnews
Heavily tattooed bikie, 35, is accused of a ‘disturbing’ act towards a lady within the toilet whereas he was drunk at a restaurant
- Zivko Stojakovic is a former sergeant-at-arms of the Bandidos bikie gang
- Stojakovic, 35, is accused of filming a lady whereas she was utilizing the toilet
- He was charged with an offence referred to as observations in breach of privateness
- Stojakovic was granted bail on Monday by Queensland’s Supreme Court
Police allege Zivko Stojakovic, the previous sergeant-at-arms of the Brisbane Centro chapter of the Bandidos bikie gang, tried to movie a lady as she used a restaurant toilet
The former sergeant-at-arms of an arm of the Bandidos bikie gang is accused by police of attempting to movie a lady whereas she was utilizing the toilet, a courtroom has been instructed.
Zivko Stojakovic, from Brisbane, was ordered to go straight to a rehabilitation centre to await his subsequent courtroom date after being granted bail on Monday over what a Supreme Court choose referred to as ‘disturbing’ allegations.
Mr Stojakovic, who police declare has defected to the Comanchero, has been charged with observations in breach of privateness and consorting with recognised offenders.
He can also be going through unrelated costs of assault occasioning bodily hurt, affray and possessing harmful medication.
Police allege Mr Stojakovic, 35, was drunk at a classy Brisbane restaurant on April 21 when the offence occurred.
Police allege the 35-year-old (pictured) was drunk at a classy Brisbane restaurant on April 21 when the offence occurred
Brisbane Supreme Court was instructed he allegedly tried to file a lady whereas she was utilizing the toilet.
Justice David Boddice stated Mr Stojakovic appeared to have longstanding points with alcohol and was now looking for to handle his addictions.
His mother and father had provided to assist fund his keep in a rehab, the courtroom was instructed.
Mr Stojakovic´s costs of assault and affray relate to an alleged altercation at a Fortitude Valley bar simply days earlier than being introduced again into custody.
Justice Boddice famous he was on bail on the time of the alleged unlawful observations.
The courtroom was instructed Mr Stojakovic had the assist of his household, together with his companion and fogeys.
‘His mother and father are ready to help in funding what could be a considerable quantity to permit him to undertake in-house rehabilitation,’ Justice Boddice stated.
Justice Boddice finally granted Mr Stojakovic bail, noting he could be going to an in-house rehabilitation centre for a minimal of six months.
Mr Stojakovic (pictured) can also be going through unrelated costs of assault occasioning bodily hurt, affray and possessing harmful medication