A motorbike gang enforcer raped a 12-year-old girl on a cocaine and alcohol binge – before telling cops he thought she was over 16.

Sick Husa Hasanovic, 27, was caged for two years and six months after pleading guilty to the attack in Sydney, Australia, last February.

The dad-of-two spoke to the girl at a railway station before taking her to his house in Chester Hill.

He had claimed he believed she was 16 as she approached him for a cigarette and was not wearing school uniform.

Hasanovic was a top enforcer for the Nomads motorbike gang

Sydney Downing Centre’s District Court today heard Hasanovic was drinking heavily and using cocaine at the time of the attack.

Prior to his assault, he was a leading enforcer for the notorious Nomads biker gang.

But jurors heard how he was “shunned” by the group when details of the attack emerged.

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Judge Robyn Tupman said: “They now refer to him as an ex-Nomad.”

Cops said Bosnian-born Hasanovic was arrested after a violent struggle with anti-gang officers.

He injured two armed cops while resisting arrests.

Judge Tupman said Hasanovic left school at 15 and fell into a life of bike crime.

Jurors heard how he had a "dysfunctional" upbringing in Bosnia before moving to Australia in 2002.

He was sentenced to two years and six months, with a non-parole period of 18 months.

Hasanovic's lawyer Mustafa Agar argued he made a "honest and reasonable mistake of fact".

The girl cannot be named for legal reasons.