Hell’s Angels Hit Walmart – To Buy Toys For Tots!

The Hell’s Angels of Fresno descended on a local Walmart over the weekend, and cleaned the place out – of bikes for kids!

Remember this, next time someone gives bikers a bad rap.

Watch the incredible, heartwarming video below.

Just waiting in line for his turn to do some good this holiday season.

Just waiting in line for his turn to do some good this holiday season.

Hells Angels to sue McQueen

The heads of the notorious Hells Angels Motorcycle Club are suing bosses at late fashion designer Alexander McQueen’s label, accusing them of copying their famous logos on a string of clothes and accessories.

Leading Hells Angels are furious their trademarked Winged Death features on new McQueen rings, bags, a scarf and a dress.

The biker gang’s lawyer Fritz Clapp says, “I went on Alexander McQueen’s site and I find not only is the word ‘Hells’ used on those things, but ‘Hells Angels’, the whole phrase, on a pashmina scarf and a Jacquard dress.”

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Man throws puppy at biker gang, steals bulldozer
A bizarre incident in Germany where a man insulted gang members, threw a puppy and stole a bulldozer has German police baffled. The 26-year-old student allegedly drove a car into grounds owned by the Hell’s Angels gang, dropped his pants and threw a puppy at the confused bikers.

He fled, stole a bulldozer and led police a snail-paced police chase on his way to Munich. After causing a 5km traffic jam, the man got out of the bulldozer and ran to his home, where he was apprehended.

“What motivated him to throw a puppy at the Hell’s Angels is currently unclear,” a spokesman for local police was reported as saying.

The puppy is now safe at an animal shelter.

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Ex Hell’s Angel claims credit for ‘Sons of Anarchy’

From TMZ:

A motorcycle war has broken out over the hit FX show “Sons of Anarchy” — because the former NYC chapter head of the “Hells Angels” claims the network jacked his idea and screwed him out of millions.

TMZ has obtained a lawsuit filed by Chuck Zito — in which the bike gang member-turned-actor claims he developed an idea for a show about an “outlaw motorcycle club” back in 1998 and pitched it to FX in 2004.
In the docs, Zito claims he entered into an “implied-in-fact contract” with FX which guaranteed if they used his ideas for a TV show, Zito would be “reasonably compensated and afforded appropriate screen credits.” Zito claims FX eventually passed on the project.
So when FX began developing “Sons of Anarchy” in 2006 — Zito was pissed … claiming “Sons” was “substantially similar” to his motorcycle show idea.
Now, Zito claims FX is obligated to pay him more than $5,000,000 for breaking the “implied-in-fact” contract.
FX had no comment on the lawsuit.

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Update from Facebook – Jeff Dailey posted the response from Kurt Sutter – Creator of SOA – read his response here… Thanks Jeff!