Video: Battle lasted for hours due to threesomes on cruise, claims passenger

Video: Threesome Led To Hour-Long Fight On Cruise, Claims Passenger

Video: Battle lasted for hours due to threesomes on cruise, claims passenger

The chaotic fight was caught on camera by some passengers who shared the clip on social media.

Things were like never before on the Carnival Magic cruise ship earlier this week, when dozens of passengers got into an hour-long fight. The chaotic fight was caught on camera by some passengers who shared the clip on social media.

Theresa James, one of the passengers and an eyewitness, told Fox News that it was an allegation of fraud that led to the fight. She said that the alleged threesome between the passengers came to the notice of their significant others who were not happy with the developments.

According to Ms James, the chaotic fighting began at midnight, around 2 a.m. on the fifth floor, near the ship’s dance club and casino. The travel agent also estimated that 60 passengers were active participants in the fight at one time.

Ms James further confirmed that Cruise’s security staff intervened and tried to rule out “ignorant idiots acting stupid”.

And, like most fights, this one too left behind a mound of rubble and rubble, according to videos circulating on social media.

The clip, shared on Twitter by another passenger, gives users an up-close look at the enthusiastic participants and the fight. Sharing the video, the person summarized, “Last night’s celebration on my Carnival cruise.”

The video has garnered over 1,68,300 views on the micro-blogging site.

Watch the video here:

A similar clip was shared on Reddit by a user with the caption, “A huge, hour-long fight on a Carnival cruise broke out when one person’s significant other found out about the alleged threesome.”

Responding to the post, a user asked the question in everyone’s mind, “So why were the other 57 people fighting?”

While many users threw in their estimates, no one was able to explain why 60 passengers were involved in the fight.

According to NBC, the cruise ship was returning to New York after an eight-day tour covering Dominicana, Turks, Caicos and a private island in the Bahamas.

After the fight, the Coast Guard was notified by cruise officers. As a result, a boat from Staten Island took the ship to the pier.

Acknowledging the incident, Carnival Magic acknowledged that “several guests at a nightclub were involved in an altercation.” The cruise line’s statement further said: “Thankfully there were no serious injuries and our onboard security team intervened. The ship arrived as scheduled this morning and officials were informed and the suspects and witnesses were interviewed and investigated.” To meet the ship.”

There has been no update on any arrests in connection with the case, along with jurisdictional questions about where the ship was during the ongoing battle over the investigation.