Regulation of bouncers gets support
The move that seeks to require bouncers and event marshals to be registered in Mandaue City Hall got the support of different entertainment establishments in the city.
About 40 representatives and bouncers from the different bars attended the public hearing called for by the City Council yesterday.
Jose Salde Maningo, head bouncer of Liv Superclub, said they have 12 bouncers and a security guard.
Maningo, who have been working in Liv for three years, said he’s glad that bouncers will undergo training as proposed in the ordinance.
“We don’t have a problem with the ordinance. I am even thankful for this,” he said.
A marketing manager of one of the establishments on Ouano Ave., who asked not to be named, said that all the requirements required by the City for the bouncers are already the same requirements that they asked from their applicants. /