Vicious cruise ship brawl erupts in Aussie waters involving passengers and crew
17 February, 2018, 00:56 | Author: Franklin Nunez
Other passengers caught the violence on camera, with several videos of the incident showing up to 30 people fighting while others screamed and the ship's security guards pinned the perpetrators to the floor.
Barkho's son told him that he could see "a lot of people bleeding, a lot of people down on the ground".
The Carnival Legend, carrying more than 2000 passengers, cut short a ten-day cruise earlier today to allow police to remove the family.
Shocking video footage has emerged online of a melee in one of the vessel's restaurants that shows black-clad security men repeatedly kicking combatants in the brawl. A further 14 passengers, including women and children, also left the ship.
One horrified holidaymaker told Nine News they are genuinely frightened of the offending guests and are hesitant to leave the safety of their room.
The Legend has anchored off Eden and eight police officers are on the ship processing people.
Blood cascades from injured passenger George Barko's head.
"He rang me about 1am this morning and said, "please dad, please dad, call the federal police", Mr Barkho told the radio station.
"Safety is the number one priority for Carnival Cruise Line, we take a zero tolerance approach to excessive behaviour that affects other guests and we have acted accordingly on Carnival Legend". The group can be seen filming themselves, yelling and waving as they were taken into custody.
'The ship's highly trained security staff have engaged with a small group of disruptive guests and ensured that they are fully aware of and are compliant with our zero tolerance policy.
The Legend is now on a 10-day South Pacific cruise which is scheduled to end in Melbourne tomorrow.
The ship is now back on its way to Melbourne and Ms Vandekreeke said that the measures taken by staff on board would allow fellow cruise guests to enjoy the remaining stages of their holiday.
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