A gun display is no longer a rare sight in the Pulse gay nightclub.
In the last few months, the Pulse bar has seen a surge in customers from outside the venue, according to an owner who has been working with the police department.
The owner, who asked not to be named because he fears for his life, said his nightclub has seen an increase in visitors from outside in recent months, a trend that he hopes will lead to more business.
“It’s been great, especially with the recent influx of people,” the owner said.
“We were able to see more patrons and people buying tickets.
We’ve even had a couple of people who had a little bit of trouble.
It’s been really helpful.””
It’s really helped us make a little more money.
It’s been really helpful.”
According to the Orlando Police Department, a large number of people were admitted to Pulse in October after being stopped for failing to register with the city’s police department or having outstanding warrants.
Some of those people were allowed to enter the nightclub without being issued a badge number, but others were refused entry, which prompted the department to issue an arrest warrant for two men.
The two men were released on bond, but a third was still being held without bond Thursday.
“When we first came into Pulse, it was very difficult for us to get in, and that was the most challenging thing we were doing,” said the owner, a man who spoke on condition of anonymity.
“I was a little concerned about people getting hurt or worse.
I’m glad we got them out.
It was a lot of stress, but we’re really happy.”
The Orlando police department did not respond to a request for comment.
In some cases, people have been denied entry to Pulse simply because they were on a list that does not include a valid badge number.
One of those cases, according the owner’s account, was when a man with a criminal history was refused entry to the club.
The owner said he and his staff have worked with the Pulse police department on the display racks and have been able to make money from their efforts.
“We’ve had to raise money from people,” he said.
The Orlando Police department said it was aware of the owner and the incident in October and has investigated the matter.
The bar owner also said that the display rack that had been put up in the parking lot was torn down because he did not have the money to replace it.
“The city did not pay for it.
The city put it up in front of the club and they removed it,” he told The Orlando Sentinel.
“They’re very upset about it, and I don’t know what’s going to happen to it.”
According the Orlando Sentinel, the owner did not immediately respond to requests for comment from the newspaper.