A biker from Chorleywood faces jail after he was found guilty of a brutal biker gang stabbing which left one man disembowelled.
David Jacobs, 28, of Chalfont Lane, was one of seven members of Hell Angels Biker gang who were found guilty of the attack on a rival gang in November last year.
The six victims, who were all members of The Vikings or its affiliated club The Wargs Brotherhood, were stabbed and beaten in an attack at the Forman Institute in Blindley Heath. A seventh man was assaulted but not stabbed.
According to SurreyLive, the attack came after a failed attempt to convince the Wargs to switch allegiances.
On arrival, police found one man stabbed through his right arm, another with lacerations to his stomach which required bowel surgery and 29 stitches.
Others had bruising and stab wounds on their heads, legs and buttocks, Kingston Crown Court was told.
Jacobs was a passenger in one of the cars but claimed he had not got out of the back seat where he had passed out because he was too drunk.
He’d met with other Hells Angels members at the clubhouse in Slough before setting off with them to Blindley Heath. He was found guilty of all 10 counts by a unanimous verdict.
The defendants are set to be sentenced in October.