A Queensland member of the Finks Motorcycle Club has been given bail in Adelaide after being charged for his alleged involvement in a brawl at a city nightclub.Nicholas Forbes is charged with aggravated riot.
Prosecutors alleged he played an integral role in a fight involving the rival Hells Angels Motorcycle Club at a Hindley Street nightclub last month.
The South Australian Supreme Court was told security vision showed about 25 members of the Finks and Hells Angels throwing punches and using bar stools and bottles as weapons.
The court heard Forbes had a "Terror Team" tattoo and allegedly was one of the enforcers for the Finks.
He was granted bail and ordered to report to Queensland police each day.