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Family members of a notorious Australian motorcycle gang, Finks MC were refused entry into Bali last night, November 8, 2017 at around 8.25pm.

There were four family members; leader Kosh Radford, his wife, Nillab Joshan, his mother-in-law Soraya Joshan and his child, I.R.

Finks motorcycle gang leader Kosh Radford told immigration he came to Bali for a vacation. They arrived on Qantas QF-43 from Sydney at around 8.21pm.

When Kosh Radford passed through the immigration counter for passport scanning and visa control the immigration officers realized that he was a motorcycle gang leader that was considered dangerous in Australia.

“Because he was the leader of an outlawed motorcycle gang that is considered dangerous in Australia, we forbade him and his family entry to Bali nor Indonesia,” Ngurah Rai Immigration Head, Adi Budijanto said to on Thursday morning.

He explained that the group had been sent back to Sydney, Australia by Qantas Airlines flight QF-44.

“The return process ran smoothly. They must have already arrived back in their country, because we sent them directly home,” the local immigration head concluded.

Image: Australian Outlaw Motorcycle Gang, The Finks (Facebook)