NASSAU, BAHAMAS- Minors will not be allowed to enter Fusion Superplex without an adult on the weekends.
Fusion Marketing and Social Media Manager Timothy Bain explained the entertainment facility has taken steps to curb a growing trend of teens loitering in the lobby area.
Children under the age of 18 will not be allowed to enter without an adult after 8pm on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, according to Bain.
He stressed the move was not linked to a brawl that broke out between an adult and a minor last Saturday.
“From the start, the business model was to have something for all ages,” Bain said.
“We never wanted to be a place where we could turn away people but we always had a no loitering policy. On Saturdays, we have a lot of people just hanging out in the lobby.
“It’s not that they can’t come. There is a lower-level play area for kids aged four to 12 and the game room for people aged five to 80.
Bain continued: “We intended for the teens to come hang out in the game room but over last few weeks we have seen the lobby get jam-packed. We are not the mall.
“So we are putting emphasis on it now. We encourage people to still come to the Starbucks lounge. We have such a large Starbucks lounge with coffee and ice-cream so come and enjoy that, but we don’t want hundreds of people just standing around.”