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Baby-faced Samuel Willmott shows off Rebel’s MC tattoo reserved for patched members alongside ‘wifey’

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A baby-faced biker has shown off provocative new ink reserved for fully patched-up mobsters, but will have to wear makeup to cover his tattoos within weeks.

Samuel Wilmott, 21, from Perth, proudly displayed a Rebels MC tattoo on his arm on social media as he stood on her 22nd birthday with his glamorous ‘wife’, Chantelle Bate.

Willmott, who police said last year was a candidate for the Rebel bike, appeared in court on Friday.

“Happy 22nd wife, hope you have a great day love you,” Willmott wrote in a romantic post where he tagged Ms. Bate, raising his tattoo on his rebel forearm for her so it could be read clearly. .

Under a new law from the Western Australian government that prohibits biker gangs from displaying their ‘brands’, Willmott will soon have to cover up his ink or face 12 months in prison and a $12,000 fine.

Baby-faced biker Samuel Willmott has shown off provocative new ink reserved for fully patched gang members, but he could be forced to wear makeup to cover them up in days

In other posts, Ms Bate described Willmott as ‘my ride or die’.

The young cyclist also showed off new head and face tattoos.

New laws are expected to come into effect in Western Australia on December 9, meaning Willmott and other cyclists could be forced to wear makeup to hide their gang tattoos.

The new bill, touted as Australia’s ‘toughest’, targets 46 clubs, including the Rebels, Coffin Cheaters, Hells Angels, Bandidos and Gypsy Jokers, and bans all words associated with it from public view.

Acting WA Police Commissioner Col Blanch said people like the heavily tattooed Hells Angel Dayne Brajkovich may need to start wearing makeup or “bandages.”

Among Brajkovich’s many tattoos are the word “Hells Angels” on his forehead and “1%er” on his neck.

The law makes it illegal to “display prohibited insignia,” including wearing gang insignia and even going out in public with visible tattoos that refer to gangs.

Facial tattoos, clothing or even stickers or painted badges on a motorcycle or car are included in the bill.

Chantelle Bate (pictured above) who described her Rebel friend Sam Willmott as 'my ride or that'

Chantelle Bate (pictured above) who described her Rebel friend Sam Willmott as ‘my ride or that’

“I would definitely start with bandages or makeup, or have it removed, or alternatively people could choose not to live in Western Australia if this law is passed,” Blanch told 6PR’s Mornings Program, referring to Brajkovich.

The maximum penalties for wearing prohibited badges under the new law are 12 months in prison, a $12,000 fine for individuals or up to $60,000 for “corporations.”

Willmott was named by the WA police as a rebel candidate when he was arrested in the wake of the murder of the gang boss Nick Martin.

Martin, 51, was shot dead at Kwinana Motorplex in Perth on December 12, 2020 in a gruesome and public execution.

Willmott and another man are expected to hear their fate and possible punishment on December 7.

Willmott and his girlfriend Mrs Bate pose for a social media post

Willmott and his girlfriend Mrs Bate pose for a social media post

Willmott posted a photo of himself with Rebels badges on his bike in September

Willmott posted a photo of himself with Rebels badges on his bike in September

Dayne Brajkovich leaves the court.  A new law in Western Australia could force him to wear makeup to cover his tattoos

Dayne Brajkovich leaves the court. A new law in Western Australia could force him to wear makeup to cover his tattoos

In October, Coffin compared Cheater bikie Chris “Ballistic” Orchard, whose motto is the implicit threat that “I shake hands to negotiate … I cast hands to renegotiate” the new Ban on ‘Nazi Germany’ gang insignia.

“Like we (are) now in North Korea (or) Nazi Germany, whatever you want to call it, we have lost freedoms there anyone who thinks this is right, you are delusional,” Orchard wrote on Facebook.

“What if you don’t force us to remove or cover up our tattoos, but force child molesters to get tattoos to identify them and force them to show them in public at all times?” he said.

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