Being a Hells Angel or even a wannabe is enough to get you kicked out of Canada if you're a foreigner.
The federal Immigration and Refugee Board has ruled the infamous motorcycle gang is a criminal organization and on those grounds deported Chilean citizen Alejandro Mariano Chung, the National Post reports.
He's the latest in a string of Hells Angels associates deported in the last few years.
The 43-year-old Winnipeg resident was put on a plane last month after a ruling by a board panel that Chung's association with the Hells Angels made it likely he knew about its criminal activities.
"The PC [person concerned] testified that he was not aware of any criminal activity on the part of the Manitoba Chapter and that he just wanted to ride motorcycles with the club," the synopsis of the ruling says. "The panel did not find the PC's testimony to be credible. The panel found that the mens rea of membership, namely knowledge of the illegal activities of the organization, was made out.
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