Wednesday, 17 February 2016 - 10:55
Motorcycle gang founder steps down to clear his name
No Surrender founder Klaas Otto resigned as leader of the motorcycle gang, because he is tired of his name always being linked with the club. He announced his resignation during a club meeting on Tuesday. "For the outside world the club revolves around only me", Otto said in an interview with the Telegraaf. "Wherever I go, for the media, the government and society No Surrender is only Klaas Otto. I'm fed up with that and that is why I'm leaving. Quite dramatically too. Good things, bad things: I don't want to hear it and I don't want to be kept informed about the ins and outs of No Surrender." In the future Otto will accompany a celebrity to busy gatherings as well as work for a law firm. This is not the first time Otto resigned from the club. In April last year he also resigned after being seriously injured in a shooting. He wanted to talk to the police about what happened, but could not do so according to the club rules. He returned to No Surrender in June.