Good Guys Wear Black: Biker Big Shot In Europe Doing His Best To Combat The Coronavirus

April 14, 2020 – The Outlaws Motorcycle Club’s European boss Stuart (Dink) Dawson is running a free-food campaign out of his Chicago 1935 American Diner in North Wales to help in the world’s fight against the COVID-19 virus. Dawson, 56, is giving away meals every day but Sunday, between 11:30 a.m. and 8 p.m.

The Chicago 1935 American Diner, located in Colwyn Bay, provides pasta, soup and sandwiches to anyone in need. Last weekend, Dawson ran an Easter toy drive. In 2010, Dawson was convicted of heading a narcotics trafficking conspiracy and served five years in prison.

The Outlaws MC was founded in Chicago in 1935. Authorities in the United States consider the Outlaws the most powerful biker crime group in the nation’s Midwest and Southeast regions and one of the most omnipresent in the entire world. The club has chapters all around the globe (25 different countries), maintaining 30 chapters in Great Britain alone.

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