An Auckland funeral for a fallen Head Hunters mobster attended by hundreds of gang members resulted in no arrests, police say.
Roads have reopened and police cordons lifted following a large funeral procession on Friday afternoon for Taranaki 'Ardie' Fuimaono, who died in Auckland Hospital last weekend.
"Many of the funeral's attendees have left the Grey Lynn and Mangere Bridge area, but police will continue to monitor the situation into the evening," said Inspector Jacqui Whittaker of Tamaki Makaurau Police.
"Police want to thank the public for their patience earlier today when Police cordoned off a section of Great North Rd as a precaution to help manage traffic and keep people safe."
Insp Whittaker said camera footage and information from members of the public about some of the attendees' driving behaviour was reported to them.
They vow to follow these reports up to "ensure anyone who was seen putting others in danger will be held accountable".
"Police thank those members of the public who have reported information to us and provided photos and videos to us," Insp Whittaker said.
"Anyone with information or who has witnessed any concerning behaviour is encouraged to report it to Police by phoning 105."
Earlier on Friday, the massive gathering forced authorities to cordon off part of the central suburb of Grey Lynn and divert buses from the area "as a precaution to ensure the safety of members of the public".
A service took place for Fuimaono on Thursday night in Auckland's Grey Lynn. Video footage from outside St Joseph's Catholic Church shows a large number of Head Hunters revving their motorcycles.
Hundreds of riders arrived at the church on Friday morning ahead of the hearse. Prior to the service, members of the Head Hunters gang were standing outside the church, while King Cobras watched from the other side of the road. Fuimaono used to be a member of the King Cobras gang.
Members of other gangs, like the Killer Beez, Mongrel Mob and Rebels, also drove past on their motorcycles.