Bandidos bikie John Fahey 'court' out by Instagram selfie

A former top bikie boss and wannabe social media star has been busted by cops after posting a clip in court captioned 'F*** court.#eatad**k'.Ex-Bandidos national sergeant-at-arms John Fahey, 41, has more than 13,000 followers on Instagram for his buff selfies, criminal tales and pictures of his party lifestyle.But the self-described 'menice2society' became a menace to himself when he filmed a four second iPhone video at Sydney's Downing Centre Local Court.Fahey was charged by officers associated with gang-busting squad Strike Force Raptor after posting a clip from the inside of a magistrate's court on May 9.He was captured on CCTV striding into a courtroom on the fifth floor of the complex with his father and pulling a black Apple iPhone from his pocket.'The accused commenced to record proceedings on his phone in a 'selfie' style until his father tapped him on the leg to stop him recording,' court documents revealed.The post said 'F*** court #downingcentre#court#taxs#eatad**k'.By the end of the month, he had been charged with using a recording device in court premises.Detectives were no doubt keeping a close eye on Fahey given he regularly updates his Instagram with posts about his brushes with the law.On April 24, the gym junkie posted a picture outside Surry Hills Police Station: 'Time to hand myself in to tha Po Po.#surryhills#police#warrant#naughtyboy'.It wasn't clear which matter he was referring to.On May 16, he posted a picture of a court statement of facts for a previous case involving how he chased a man around Parramatta Westfield with a baseball bat.'About 4.30pm on Saturday 18 July 2015, the accused.was at Westfield shopping centre, Parramatta with his partner.At this time the accused has a verbal altercation with the victim.The accused shortly afterwards attended 'Rebel sports', a sporting goods store inside Westfields and purchased an aluminium baseball bat.' Fahey captioned the image: 'My parole officer gave me a part of the police facts of one of my last charges and asked my thoughts about if something like this was to arise again.ILAUGHED you'd get the same result.' Back at the Downing Centre on Tuesday, Fahey avoided jail for both the recording device offence and for breaching a good behaviour bond for a prior affray charge.Police facts said he beat a man at The Family Inn in Rydalmere and became involved in a brawl there late one night.Magistrate Robert Williams handed him an Intensive Corrections Order for both charges.In 2014, Fahey said he was 'turning his life around' and had left the Bandidos.He has also been tied to the Hells Angels.Another picture posted by the former bikie boss - this time following a court case March 17, 2016: Instagram update - 'Spent the whole day in parramatta district court listening to other people's cases and 6 cases were rape cases half them on minors I felt like punching the scum bags out anyways I'm still a free man for a few more months' January 23: Posts a new picture of himself shirtless as