A US tourist was banned for life from the cruise company operating the largest ocean liner in the world after jumping in the open Atlantic Ocean from the 11th floor.
Nick Naydev will probably not forget his trip with Royal Caribbean, even if it may be the last for him. In full cruise aboard the Symphony of the Seas, the largest ocean liner in the world, this American tourist wanted to have fun ... jumping in the Atlantic Ocean from the 11th floor of the boat.
A video made by one of his friends shows the 27-year-old man climbing onto the balcony of his cabin and rushing towards the water. Not surprisingly, the sequence made the buzz on the Web.
As for his protagonist, he came out alive of his adventure, but still complains of back pain and tailbone, says Fox News.
Once rescued, Nick Naydev and his friends were summoned by the liner's security service to tell them that Royal Caribbean no longer wanted to see them on board and forbade them to go back on board his ships.