Brutal bruisers beat up bouncer

As if it wasn’t bad enough a guy has to put up with obnoxious drunks and fake IDs.

Rambunctious revelers caused a ruckus inside a bar in the 1000 block of Valencia Street early Sunday morning that was more than one bouncer could handle, police said.

As many as eight Hispanic males between ages 24 to 66 caused a stir around 1 a.m. that caught the bouncer’s attention. As he confronted the group, one of the thugs hit him in the face with a glass bottle, police said. The rest of them jumped in, punching and kicking.

The bouncer was taken to a hospital and treated for non-life-threatening injuries, police said.

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