Perth Mongols bikie clocks up more fines for displaying insignia, associating with club members

Notorious Perth bikie Troy Mercanti has been fined $1500 for wearing a Mongols club logo on a shirt and showing bikie tattoos when he was picking up dry cleaning for his mum in Northbridge earlier this year.

The senior patched member of the outlaw motorcycle gang was also sentenced under new anti-consorting laws after he was caught having lunch with a fellow club member last March, a meeting which cost Mercanti $1200 in court on Friday.

Troy Mercanti sporting a message for Attorney General…

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