Three alleged bikie associates accused of a home invasion have faced a Brisbane court on torture and other charges.
Three alleged associates of the Bandidos bikie gang have been remanded in custody over a Queensland home invasion in which a man was repeatedly shot with a stun gun.
Paul Thomas Galassi, 28, Jacob Ropati Lui Stowers, 26, and Luke Dillon Maksoud, 21, were arrested in simultaneous raids on Friday.
The three are accused of forcing their way into a home in Arana Hills in Brisbane’s northwest on April 30 and attacking a resident with a taser gun.
Police allege the victim was tasered multiple times and choked until he fell unconscious.
His partner escaped to raise the alarm.
The victim suffered a broken foot and was treated in hospital.
Each has been charged with multiple offences including torture, stealing and robbery in company with wounding.
Galassi also faces drug-related charges.
The three men are accused of stealing $4,000 in cash, an iPad and mobile phones.
The men faced Brisbane Magistrates Court on Monday and were remanded in custody until their next court appearances.
No application for bail was made.