Royal Caribbean Australia refunds passengers after men commandeer boat

  • In September, a group of 1,300 men commandeered a Royal Caribbean Australia cruise ship.
  • Passengers said the men brought burlesque dancers on board, partied on the boat’s deck, and harassed young female passengers by filming them on their phones.
  • One person who was on the ship compared it to an out-of-control bachelor party.
  • Families said they were forced to hide in their rooms.
  • Royal Caribbean has refunded passengers on the boat, which had a capacity of 3,000 people.

Vacation should be a peaceful time. But for a group of passengers aboard a Royal Caribbean International Voyager of the Seas ship last month, rest and relaxation was hardly an option, 9 News Australia reported.

On September 6, 1,300 men who reportedly work for Kamla Pasand, a data company based in…

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