1) Jaclyn Fahler, 20, from the United States 'People are here to have fun. Why bother stopping them? And I don't think the ball will do any harm to anyone in the stand. Everybody is having good fun. People have a lot of beer and are getting drunk. It is really ridiculous to watch over the audience and, of course, stopping them from throwing the balls.' 2) Ian Henderson, 35, from England 'It's normal. It is what the security would be like in Western countries. But maybe when the balls are being thrown around, the security guys jump in too much. But the guards are very friendly here. The thing about rugby is it is always friendly. It is always good fun and the security is just part of it.' 4) Farzad Jamal, 37, from England 'The security is quite tight today. They are checking bags and throwing away water bottles. But they are not really in your face, though you can see their presence. So it's fine. However, I think people should be allowed to do whatever they want in the South Stand because it is really these people who have made this tournament fun and Hong Kong is a tournament that the people love. I mean, the security is basically fine, providing they don't over-control the people.' 5) Jakki Finlay, 43, from England 'The security is greater than in the past. The people are okay, there isn't a big problem. There are some people throwing the ball round. They have fun with that. But they [the security] have their job to do, I guess. Some of them came back in again and got told off by their supervisor. But it's their duty to keep order. It's a bit quiet anyway, because it is a Friday. But from tomorrow [Saturday] onwards, it will be like what it normally is. We will still have fun even if there is more security tomorrow. Nobody wants to get into any real trouble. But if you ask me on Sunday evening, I might have changed my mind then.' 6) Joey Massa, 21, from Argentina 'I am happy with their presence. It's the same in all rugby games. They do not affect people's mood for the game or having fun. People will still have a great time. I find it very relaxing here and I bring my study notes here to read.' 3) Keith Dunn, 44, Singapore-based Australian 'Everyone is very well behaved. Maybe later tonight it may need more security, but there are too many police. It's a dampener. People have not made any trouble here for quite a while, so they should keep half of the police away until later. I can understand that some people might not like them taking the balls away but most people enjoy it. Taking the ball at the early stage of the game - and when people do not get hurt from it, or get upset - is probably unnecessary. We are going to have fun anyway even if the security guys interfere too much. I still think they take it too seriously. They should wear a funny hat.'