Two members of Hells Angels were barred from entering the country upon arrival at Keflavík International Airport on Friday, Vísir reports.
The two men, one from Romania and another from Norway, were arriving in Iceland to attend an annual meeting of the motorcycle club that took place in Iceland over the weekend. Upon arriving in Iceland they were taken into police custody and then subsequently deported.
The Hells Angels established itself officially in Iceland in 2011 when the motorcycle club MC Iceland was formally inducted into the international group.
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