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Doing it for the ‘gram?

Royal Caribbean Cruises does not think that’s a good concept, particularly when it threatens.

” Earlier today on the Appeal of the Seas a visitor was observed recklessly and dangerously posing for a picture by basing on her stateroom balcony railing with the aid of her buddy,” Jonathon Fishman, corporate reputation manager for Royal Caribbean Cruises, told USA TODAY in an e-mail.

The Sun reported that traveler Peter Blosic published a picture he took of an unnamed woman in a blue swimwear presenting outside the terrace wall.

” I revealed the concierge. The personnel captain then wanted to satisfy with me and get a copy of the picture. We easily figured out the cabin number since it’s on the bulge,” the Sun reported Blosic composed.

Blosic was not impressed by her actions.

” Just seen this on Allure. What an absolute IDIOT. You can not fall off of a ship unless you are imitating a moron!” he composed.

Security was alerted and the visitors– the woman and her companion– debarked in the future in Falmouth, Jamaica. They weren’t permitted back onto the boat, which initially left port on Sunday, Fishman said.

In its Guest Contact Policy, Royal Caribbean specifically notes that “sitting, standing, laying or climbing on, over or throughout any exterior or interior railings or other protective barriers, or damaging ship’s devices, centers or systems designed for visitor security is not allowed.”

And among the consequences is removal at next port of call.

” Visitors removed from a Royal Caribbean International ship pursuant to this policy are accountable for their own lodgings and transportation house, at their cost. Paperwork requirements for re-entry into the guest’s house country are likewise the responsibility of the visitor,” the policy checks out.

For this circumstance, Royal Caribbean added an additional consequence noted as potential in their policy: Rejection of future boarding.

“[They] are now prohibited for life from sailing with Royal Caribbean,” Fishman added.

USA TODAY connected to Blosic for comment.

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