You probably know about the Hells Angels as that group of tattooed guys who ride around on motorcycles, but as an organization, it’s so much more than that. They proudly refer to themselves as a one-percenter club, and the guidelines to get into the club (and remain in the club) are extensive, to say the least.
There are a plethora of rules they must follow without exception. Failure to follow these rules can and will result in some serious repercussions. While some of them are perfectly understandable, many rules are obeyed even though they’re a little strange. Read on to find out just what kind of life these one-percenters have to live daily.
People In Law Enforcement Are Banned From Becoming Members
Due to their tendency to flirt with the edge of the law, anyone who wishes to join the elite biker gang cannot have worked in law enforcement – and that includes prison guards. The group lives by a strict creed of living life free, and it’s difficult to do that when your fellow biker is an ex-cop. This also minimizes the chances of being ratted out by one of your brothers.
No Talking To The Media
Hells Angels are such a tight-knit and secretive group that you’re forbidden from speaking to any member of the media. This way, it prevents any information about the group or individual members from leaking to the public. It makes you wonder what kinds of secrets they’re harboring.