Hells Angels biker gang sue Alexander McQueen

London: Heads of the notorious Hells Angels Motorcycle Club are suing bosses at late fashion designer Alexander McQueen`s label, accusing them of copying their famous logos on a string of clothes and accessories.

The biker gang and organized crime syndicate, whose members typically ride Harley-Davidson motorcycles, are furious that their trademarked Winged Death logo features on new MCQueen rings, bags, a scarf and a dress, reported a website.

Their lawyer Fritz Clapp said, "I went on Alexander MCQueen`s site and I find not only is the word `Hells` used on those things, but `Hells Angels`, the whole phrase, on a pashmina scarf and a Jacquard dress."


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