STOMPer Ricardo was concerned that bouncers might be too trigger happy, as a recent incident at St James Power Station left tourists bloodied after a scuffle with club security.
Jake and Shania (not their real names) are both 22-year-old university students from America. They had arrived in Singapore on Friday (April 27).
Three hours after their arrival, they had followed their Singaporean host and three other Americans to St James Power Station.
The group alleged that they were attacked by bouncers from the club following two incidents where at least one of them got onto the stage in The Boiler Room to dance.
But a spokesman for St James Power Station told The New Paper yesterday that a scuffle started after the group became "aggressive" towards one of its security staff members.
Three of the six friends later received treatment at Singapore General Hospital for multiple injuries, including bleeding from the eyes, fractures and lacerations which required stitches.
The police said they responded to a call at 2.30am informing them of the fight.
The police and Singapore Civil Defence Force confirmed that two men suffering facial injuries were taken by ambulance to Singapore General Hospital that morning between 2am and 3am.
Police investigations are ongoing.
Said STOMPer Ricardo:
"Are bouncers getting too trigger happy?
"I mean, they are supposed to protect the crowd, not harm them.
"They do have to deal with unruly party-goers, but that does not mean they should just beat them up."