An Australian gang member has posted footage of a violent attack that took place while he was in police custody.
Bradley Daniele, a notorious member of the biker gang the Rebels, posted the video to social media on Monday.
The CCTV footage shows Daniele entering the men's shower block in the Adelaide City Watch House, a holding cell where people in custody are kept before they are charged in court.
Inside, he can then be seen brutally assaulting another prisoner.
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According to 9News, the victim of Daniele's attack was accused of, and later convicted of, sexual assaulting a young girl.
"One thing I will not stand for is kids being abused physically or mentally and I will do this over and over again if I had the chance," Daniele wrote on social media.
"I know everyone is not gonna agree with violence but that little girl never had a voice."
Police confirmed to 9News the alleged attack took place in April.
"The victim didn't require medical treatment. As the matter is now before the court, no further information can be provided at this time."
It is unclear how Daniele got the footage.
According to 9News, Daniele has been charged over the incident.