An Australian father wasn’t able to keep his daughter away from the head of the local biker gang. After two years of pleading, he and his son joined the biker gang to provide overwatch:
A FATHER has told of the extraordinary steps he took to protect his daughter from a gang member — by joining the gang himself.
Stephen Pattman was living an ordinary life in suburbia when he learned his daughter Chloe, who was then 19 years old, had begun a relationship with ACT Rebels president Ali Bilal.
From the article, the time-line appears to be:
- Daughter bangs Harley McBadboy for two years, while Daddy begs her to stop.
- Father and son join the biker gang for three years to escort her ride.
- Father and son leave the gang, and are harassed for an undisclosed period of time until the father fires a gun near the head of one of the gang members.
- Father and son hide out in the wilderness for a year.
- Father and son return from the wilderness. Father pleads guilty to endangering life and unauthorised use of a prohibited firearm. As of the date of the article (July 2017) he was awaiting sentence.
Since the daughter and Harley McBadboy are still together, this would mean they have been together for over six years. Fortunately, Harley McBadboy has seen the error of his ways and left the gang.
Despite the possibility of jail, he didn’t regret joining the gang. He’d spoken to Chloe, who told him Bilal was no longer in the gang scene.