Danish biker gang warfare out of control

Recent figures show 80 per cent of people believe the police have lost a grip on gang conflict

EIGHTY PER CENT of people in Denmark believe biker gang wars with immigrants in Copenhagen are now spiralling out of Police control, accoring to a recent poll.

Reports in today's European press say there have been 108 shootings, six deaths and forty people jailed in the last 14 months as bikers and immigrants wage war over the country's drugs trade.

In a recent outbreak, a restaurant was sprayed with gunfire in a drive-by shooting. It's believed the target of the attack was the infamous Hells Angels biker club.