TWO bouncers who have been charged with manslaughter over the death of a 30-year-old father-of-six from Borroloola, faced court for the first time last week.
Katherine man Shaun Clark, 35, and German national Tim Hoermann, 24, appeared briefly in the Katherine Magistrates Court on Thursday.
Mr Hoermann - who had planned to visit family in Germany this month - has had his bail conditions extended.
Court ordered that he must reside in Katherine, hand over any passports and not leave the Northern Territory without prior approval from police.
Mr Hoermann has also been ordered not to work as a security guard or crowd controller at functions.
Mr Clark put forward an application to have his bail conditions changed so he could travel interstate to be with family outside of the Northern Territory.
However, he later withdrew his application.
Court heard his former partner has lodged a domestic violence order against him.
On Wednesday, March 27, a Borroloola man, whose identity cannot be revealed for cultural reasons, died after an alter-cation at Kirby’s.
It is believed the man had been drinking at Kirby’s when he was asked by bouncers to leave the premises.
Police are calling for witnesses to the incident and urge anyone who was at Kirby's Bar on the night of Wednesday, March 27, from 9pm onward to contact Police on 131 444.