UPDATE: Police have this afternoon arrested a fourth member the Bandidos outlaw motorcycle gang as part of their investigation into the violent public brawl at Broadbeach on September 25.
A 30-year-old Clear Island Waters man has been charged with one count of riot and is due to appear before the Southport Magistrates Court on October 16.
Investigations by officers from Taskforce Vanguard continue.
This afternoon's fresh arrest comes after three Bandidos were arrested over the incident this morning, with one handing himself in shortly after 9am.
EARLIER: The Bandidos bikie accused of sparking a brawl outside a Broadbeach restaurant at the weekend has handed himself in to police.
The Brisbane Times reports Jacques Teamo, who was the victim of last year’s shooting at Robina Town Centre, reportedly walked into Aura on Friday night and threatened alleged Finks associates Jason Trouchet and Matthew Sward.
‘‘This is it,’’ Teamo reportedly told Trouchet.
Jason Trouchet, 39, from Surfers Paradise and Matthew Sward, 25, from Broadbeach were released from the Southport Watchhouse on conditional bail yesterday afternoon.
Sward has been banned from the Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach entertainment precincts while Trouchet, a landscaper from Darwin, was also banned from remaining on the Gold Coast.
The pair were charged with affray after the violent confrontation with rival club members from the Bandidos at the Aura restaurant in Broadbeach on Friday night.
It is alleged the two men were dining in the restaurant when they were apraoched by patched Bandidos members shortly before 8.30pm.
Trouchet is then believed to have followed the Bandidos out of the restaurant where it is alleged he threw the first punch and Sward joined in before a large, violent fight erupted between the group.
Magistrate Ron Kilner granted them bail under the condition that they have no contact with each other, members of the Bandidos or prosecution witnesses.
EARLIER: Another two men have been charged over an alleged incident involving outlaw motorcycle gangs at Broadbeach on Friday night.
IMAGE GALLERY: Check out the photos of the bikie brawl, here!
Officers from the Gold Coast Major and Organised Crime Squad and Taskforce Vanguard arrested the pair yesterday afternoon.
A 39-year-old man from Surfers Paradise and a 25-year-old Broadbeach man have been charged with affray and are scheduled to appear in the Southport Magistrates Court today.
It takes the number of arrests in relation to the incident to 20 with investigations continuing and further arrests and charges expected.
AS REPORTED ON SATURDAY:
Police have implemented a range of strategies including an increased presence on the Gold Coast following two violent Outlaw Motorcycle Gang disturbances overnight.
The first disturbance occurred at Surf Parade at Broadbeach around 8.30pm.
A large group of men, believed to be members of an OMCG became involved in an altercation with a man, also believed to be a member of an OMCG, that allegedly resulted in a fight outside a restaurant.
Police were quick to swoop on the area and initially detained six people from the group. Four men were arrested and taken to the Southport Watchhouse, while two others were released and the group dispersed.
Terrified diners and witnesses scattered like ants, with one woman fleeing the scene in fear of a gun battle.
"I was at dinner with friends in Broadbeach when a very large gang of Bandido bikies rode past on their motorcycles," she said.
"Shortly after, they all stormed into the restaurant wearing their obvious club badges and went near the bar area. The vibe and atmosphere went from friendly and relaxed to tense and serious. We decided to bail straight away, heaps of people were getting up to leave."
A second disturbance occurred around 10pm outside the Southport Police Station in Scarborough Street, with a group of men believed to be members of an OMCG.
A further four people were arrested with the remaining people dispersing.
During the incidents three men received minor injuries requiring treatment at the Gold Coast Hospital.
Four male police officers also sustained injuries but did not require medical treatment.
A total of 18 people have been charged with offences including public nuisance, assault, obstruct police, assault police, disorderly on licensed premises and an unrelated stealing matter.
The response to this incident included police from Logan and specialist units from Brisbane.