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    or are YOU just here to troll?
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    As far as I know, the Bandidos were the only 1% club in Thailand.
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    I need to expand my social circle.
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    Mad Dog, Dragons, Rebels, Mongols, Bandidos, Outlaws, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fondles View Post
    Wayne Schneider and Antonio Bagneto were the real deal ,proper outlaw bikers. . Large scale drug smuggling and murder was their game. No brand new Harleys, goatee beards or bandanas for these bad boys. No swaggering up and down Walking Street all night trying to impress hookers with their shiny back patches on. For them it was just serious organised crime. The retired bank managers who now think they're the Wild Hogs of Pattaya would have shit themselves if they ever met them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boringbkk View Post
    As far as I know, the Bandidos were the only 1% club in Thailand.

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    The Bandidos had a chaper down in Samui but a few of them got busted and deported after getting involved in a land and property fraud. I dont know if they are still going. The Outlaws have a chapter in Chiang Mai. i believe its mostly made up of Thais. There was a small chapter of Hells Angles in Pattaya who had a club house called Angels Place. The chapter fell apart when some real Hells Angels from Oz took over. The Thai members went to the cops and tried to get them deported.

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