Kent Nilsson, leader of a Hell Angels motorcycle club in northern Sweden, filed for disability benefits in 1998, citing back problems, Swedish news agency TT reported Sunday.
The Swedish Social Insurance Agency said an investigation revealed his work with the motorcycle club "can scarcely be viewed as compatible with the work capacity and medical scenario" the biker outlined in is disability application.
Nilsson said in his benefits application back and neck problems precluded him from traveling long distances in a car. However, the investigation showed he was convicted in an alcohol-smuggling case where he traveled from northern Sweden to Germany.
Additionally, he also allegedly helped load the vehicle with large quantities of beer, wine and spirits.
Nilsson has until Aug. 28 to return the money, after which he will be charged interest, TT said.
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