Fugitive Murat Shomshe raps to Beyonce and drinks beer while driving after he was granted bail by a judge to attend his wedding - video

  • Video emerges of Murat Shomshe rapping, dancing and drinking a Corona
  • Fugitive did a runner while his new bride was in shower after their wedding
  • The 33-year-old was granted bail by a judge to attend his big day on July 26
  • He frequents Epping, Altona, Werribee and Coburg areas in Melbourne

 

New videos have surfaced of a groom - who did a runner while his new bride was having a shower -rapping, dancing to Beyonce and sipping on a Corona while driving.

Murat Shomshe, 33, fled from Victoria Police to avoid jail time after he was granted bail to attend his own wedding.

Since his disappearance, a series of videos uploaded by Shomshe, who has a history of violence and bikie links, on his YouTube channel have emerged.

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New videos of Murat Shomshe have emerged of him rapping, dancing and drinking a Corona while driving. The 33-year-old went on the run while his new bride was in the shower

New videos of Murat Shomshe have emerged of him rapping, dancing and drinking a Corona while driving. The 33-year-old went on the run while his new bride was in the shower

 

In footage shot by the 33-year-old himself four years ago, he flaunts his musical and dancing prowess showing the camera his latest rhymes and moves.

He even breaks it down to pop diva Beyonce's hit Crazy In Love in one of the videos while mouthing the words - some of which he did not know - and downing a Corona.

 

In another, Shomshe raps about 'driving for hours' and how he is going to lose his 'mojo like Austin Powers'.

The groom has made national headlines after he skipped out his bride, Belinda Dulevski.

In footage shot by the 33-year-old himself four years ago, he flaunts his musical and dancing prowess showing the camera his latest rhymes and moves

In footage shot by the 33-year-old himself four years ago, he flaunts his musical and dancing prowess showing the camera his latest rhymes and moves

 
In another, Shomshe raps about 'driving for hours' and how he's going to lose his 'mojo like Austin Powers'.

In another, Shomshe raps about 'driving for hours' and how he's going to lose his 'mojo like Austin Powers'.

He was released on weekend bail to attend his own wedding on July 26 when she fronted up the $10,000 surety for him.

But Ms Dulevski's mother, Vaibe, told the Herald Sun her daughter Belinda did not know Shomshe was planning to evade the police.

'She was not aware of what was going on. She didn't help him,' Vaibe said.

Despite police opposition, Shomshe was granted bail by County Court judge Richard Maidment on July 24 after the 33-year-old successfully argued he would lose his $6,000 deposit if he did not attend his big day.

His new bride, Belinda Dulveski, fronted up the $10,000 surety for him to be released from custody 

His new bride, Belinda Dulveski, fronted up the $10,000 surety for him to be released from custody 

The runaway groom was granted bail by judge Richard Maidment (pictured) after pleading for his release to attend his wedding on July 26

The runaway groom was granted bail by judge Richard Maidment (pictured) after pleading for his release to attend his wedding on July 26

But Shomshe failed to appear in court two days later. 

Victoria Police chief commissioner Graham Ashton revealed the runaway groom had a violent criminal record and had skipped bail three times in the past. 

Commissioner Ashton said Shomshe had been known to police for some time and had previous access to guns.

'Some of the people he's associating with seem to connect him to some of the bikie gang side of things,' he told 3AW.

Police had to accept the court's decisions on granting bail but they had set up a fugitive taskforce to catch bail jumpers.

The 33-year-old criminal is known to frequent the Epping, Altona, Werribee and Coburg areas around Victoria

The 33-year-old criminal is known to frequent the Epping, Altona, Werribee and Coburg areas around Victoria

 

Premier Daniel Andrews said judges sometimes made mistakes when making difficult decisions.

'Whenever someone is bailed and they abscond I'd call that an error,' he told reporters on Monday.

'To everybody involved in the criminal justice system, it's our job to learn from every one of these cases.'

Shomshe's disappearance has strengthen calls for bail laws to be tightened with the Victorian government already reviewing the system, which Mr Andrews hopes will be finished by the end of the year.

The 33-year-old is known to frequent the Epping, Altona, Werribee and Coburg areas around Victoria.

He is described as being 185 centimetres tall, average build, olive complexion, brown eyes and dark hair with a Southern Cross tattoo on the right side of his face.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Members of the public are asked not to approach Shomshe if sighted and to contact triple zero immediately. 

Staff Afeni
By Staff Afeni 03/08/2015 22:51:00