The Bikie gang’s low-key leader who has been dubbed Australia’s Chris Brown has been jailed for more than two years for threatening police.

Ex-con Brett ‘Kaos’ Pechey, 33, went into the High Court in Melbourne to argue against a harsher sentence for threatening police.

But Judge Peter Jacobson responded by ordering the front man of the outlaw motorcycle gang to serve a maximum 18 months, on top of the sentence for the nearly two-year offence.

The Bikie gang’s low-key leader who has been dubbed Australia’s Chris Brown has been jailed for more than two years for threatening police

Attending the court was former Gold Coast bikie boss and uncle of Brett ‘Kaos’ Pechey (pictured)

Judge Peter Jacobson responded by ordering the front man of the outlaw motorcycle gang to serve a maximum 18 months, on top of the sentence for the nearly two-year offence

The former Gold Coast gang member promised he would ‘do something dangerous’ if he was arrested again in court.

Earlier this year, the court heard Pechey had recently bragged about threatening to shoot, shoot, shoot anyone, including police, outside his home in Como.

He went on to tell police when they arrived at his house it would be a ‘good day’.

‘They’ll be killed or apprehended, and I’ll do something dangerous,’ he said.

‘I’ll be 100 per cent sure the cops are not doing anything. Let’s do it for a good day.’

The 38-year-old worked as a prison guard at Durham Correctional Centre, north-west of the Gold Coast in Queensland, but was sacked from that position in 2015 after being caught on camera yelling at police.

He has been confined to his family home, a boutique apartment complex and a two-bedroom flat since he was charged with threatening a police officer in August 2016.

Pechey (pictured), 33, went into the High Court in Melbourne to argue against a harsher sentence for threatening police

In the interview with police, Pechey told the officers they could ‘catastrophically hurt the cops’.

‘If we start shooting everybody, we just scuffle, it’s enough to hurt them,’ he said.

He has since been deported from Australia in June.

Pechey has five convictions for allegedly threatening police and being a violent offender, and last October was sentenced to two years in jail for assault, despite claims by his lawyer during his jail term that he had struck two youths during a previous altercation.