An immigration officer barred an Australian national who is a member of the dreaded international motorcycle gang ‘Hells Angels’ from entering Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).
Bureau of Immigration (BI) port operations division chief Grifton Medina identified passenger Daniel Anthony Stalley, 37, boarded a Philippine Airlines flight from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia arrived at NAIA Terminal 2 on November 25.
Stalley has been identified as a member of the ‘Hells Angels’ gang linked to organized crime and violent activities in various countries.
According to Australian authorities, Stalley and other gang members were involved in illegal activities, including drugs, violence, and robbery.
The BI explained that because of the Stalley’s alleged connection with the Australian motorbike gang ‘Hells Angels,’ he could not be accepted into the country because he was considered as an undesirable alien that would endanger public safety.
Stalley has previously been the center of Thai newspapers after allegedly assaulting two Thai in 2016.
Hells Angels, in full Hells Angels Motorcycle Club or Hells Angels Motorcycle Corporation, a club for motorcyclists that was founded in California in 1948 and is probably the best known of the so-called “outlaw motorcycle gangs.” The international club has been accused of criminal activity by law enforcement officials.
Most Hells Angels members are white males who ride Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Each is known by a “legal,” or official name, which may be a colorful nickname. Membership status is tightly controlled.