As a young boy in the country-side Alfie was raised tough by his parents.. for the brief time he knew them. Alfies parents were raised in an australian crime syndicate, knowing eachother both from a young age they always just wanted to get away from that life. After falling in love they moved to Brisbane, away from their 'family' and had Alfie, who they always tried to keep straight in the eyes of the law, but he couldn't help himself. Always causing trouble in class, picking fights with un-winnable odds against other kids because they would throw his flat cap in the dirt, and mocked him for the clothes he wore.
Eventually trouble did find and follow him as he grew up, he got involved with a local group of mis-fits always causing trouble with the cops, his name was quickly on their radar due to his parents past connections. The police thought it would be better if their contacts down south knew the where-abouts of Alfies parents, and one night when Alfie was out with his friends, his parents were asleep in their house when old rivals of their family barred the doors on the house, and burnt it to the ground with Alfies parents inside.
Alfie couldn't believe it, aged 14 and now alone. Not willing to go south as his parents always told him to stay away from Sydney 'Because trouble lies south, don't go searching for it'.
After the shock had past of losing both his parents, he contacted the police and told them what had happened, they turned a blind eye because of his last name..
To this day Alfie has a hatred for Police and the so called 'family' from down south. On his own he makes his into the world, somewhere far away from Australia, out of the heat and the city he finds refuge - a fresh start to leave the past behind, but forever carry his mental scars and hate for police. Alfie confidently pushes on now aged 19, fending for himself, trying to make new friends that keep his short temper in check.