Royal Caribbean cruise ship passenger slammed for dangerous swimsuit selfie: "What an absolute idiot"
A picture is worth a thousand words, but posing in such a precarious position is certainly not worth a thousand Instagram likes.
A passenger of a Royal Caribbean cruise ship was referred to as an "absolute idiot" to climb A balcony railing for a swimsuit selfie high above the sea. A witness claimed that she was later thrown off the ship when she finally docked in Jamaica for the reckless stunt. “/>
A passenger on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship referred to as an "absolute idiot" was described as an "absolute idiot" because he climbed over a balcony railing to make a swimsuit selfie high above the sea. Climbing over Balcony railing to make a swimsuit selfie high above the ocean.
Peter Blosic, who took the photo, recently traveled across the Caribbean on the Allure of the Seas when he spotted the nameless woman in a blue swimsuit after apparently climbing a balcony Railing on the starboard side (right) of the ocean liner. According to Blosic, the daredevil ventured onto the narrow seat of the massive ship to take photos of herself, reports The Sun.
"What an absolute idiot. You can not fall off a ship if you do not behave like a jerk! Blosic said he had contacted the guest service immediately and the ship's officers had tracked the woman in. Later, the selfie snapper was booted off the ship as it docked in Falmouth, Jamaica, Blosic claimed
A cruise line spokesperson was not immediately available to comment on the story.
Royal Caribbean's Code of Conduct for Guests prohibits passengers from "sitting, standing, lying or climbing on or over outdoor or indoor railings or." other protective barriers or tampering with marine equipment, devices or systems own safety.
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Failure to do so may lead to ship security interventions, law enforcement and ultimately removal from the ship at the nearest port of call.
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Earlier this week, a passenger on the Carnival Cruise Line was seriously injured after he fell over a railing and landed on a 16-foot deck below. And last year, Royal Caribbean banned a guest forever after jumping from the 11th Deck of the Symphony of the Seas while the ship was docked. A global study published last summer also found that between 2011 and 2017, 259 people died in selfies.