A tail dragging romp through the swamps of the world
What is interesting, is that he is not being charged with terrorism. He actually went into a secure area of the ship (with almost 2,000people on board)and basically tried to sink it. Is this not the equivalent of someone trying to get into the cockpit of a 747?BTW Why was it so easy that a drunk could get into a secure area?
"Cruise ships sometimes have to contend with drunken passengers chucking deckchairs overboard. That sort of larrikin behaviour""Larrikin"? According to Mirriam-Webster:chiefly Australian: hoodlum, rowdy — larrikin adjective Origin of LARRIKIN: origin unknownFirst Known Use: 1868
SQ, there are two very pertinent questions. Ed, might be related to the word "Lark", but I have no support for that.
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