Another bikie has been charged under New South Wales legislation to crack down on criminal gangs. Two alleged senior Nomads bikies last week became the first to be charged under the new consorting laws, which aim to stop people from repeatedly meeting with convicted criminals. One of them, a 31-year-old man, was charged again last night after being caught at the same address in Sydney's west at Pemulwuy. Another alleged bikie, aged 21, was also charged. Both men have been ordered to face court next month. The changes to the Crimes Act were passed by State Parliament last month.