A San Diego councilman is proposing a mature videogame ordinance. The measure, introduced by Councilman Juan Vargas, is similar to an ordinance recently enacted in Indianapolis. As in Indianapolis, videogames featuring violence or sexually explicit themes would need to be clearly marked and kept at least ten feet away from non-offending games. Penalties include fines up to $1,000 and revocation of game operator licenses. "Arcades are becoming drive-thrus that serve violence to the impressionable minds of our children," Vargas said in a written statement released to the media. "For 50 cents, our youth are virtually gunning down children, dismembering human-like contenders and pitting thong-clad female warriors against each other." The proposed ordinance is currently under review by the San Diego city attorney.