Two people were arrested after a fight on a British cruise ship left several casualties, but a spokesman denied that a clown, as previously reported, had anything to do with it.
The Britannia cruise took place early Friday morning Richard Gaisford, ITV correspondent for "Good Morning Britain", tweeted on his way from Southampton in the south east of England to the Norwegian fjords.
The starting signal was fired when another passenger dressed as a clown appeared. "Gaisford, who was just on the cruise, tweeted.
According to reports, the guests had booked "a special cruise" that did not include costumes.
"There was blood everywhere," tweeted Gaisford. Britannia left behind workers who intervened injured as passengers used furniture and plates as weapons. Witnesses told me they were so scared that they had to hide when family groups were fighting.  02] According to the BBC, three men and three women were injured, including cuts and bruises.
However, P & O Cruises denied that there was a clown, citing both ship's personnel and the police took over the incident and all the guests were evacuated from the ship, and the shipping company insisted "to tolerate no disruptive behavior."
A 43-year-old man and a 41-year-old woman were allegedly assaulted, according to the BBC arrested, but it is unclear what role they played in the scuffle.