A German couple has filed a lawsuit against TUI Caribbean cruise for having sex too loudly. The pair were on a two-week trip Mein Schiff 5 ship in Barbados when they were asked to leave by the crew onboard. Reportedly, the couple were having loud sex and had left their balcony door open. They said that they were stranded on the island without their suitcases. They had booked for their trip which set sail from Barbados on April 1. Horny Couple Have Sex on Turkey-Bound Plane in Front of Kids, Leaving Parents Horrified!
According to the Reise Reporter, after the ship set off from Barbados, Renate F, and her husband, Volker had become 'passionate'. However, they accidentally left the door of the balcony open. Following the incident, the couple has decided to file a legal action against the company. The couple had book a flight to Paris on Thursday and also managed to get free trains tickets to home the next day. They are suing the cruise company for damages including compensation for 'pain' and reimbursement of travel expenses. The duo claimed that the tour operator and the captain 'violated their duty of care'. Couple Caught Humping During ABC’s Live Coverage of Dick Clark’s 2019 New Year's Rockin‘ Eve in New York! Was it Sex? Watch Video to Decide.
In a statement to the Reise Reporter, TUI said, "Due to a security-related incident, we have made use of our house right and asked the guests to leave the ship. This was done to protect the guests themselves and other fellow travellers. There has already been correspondence with Mrs F. in which we have set our view of things. Please understand that we do not want to comment on the privacy of our guests in detail." A cruise expert for Cruise Critic explained how cabin walls are 'notoriously thin' allowing sound to travel quickly through hallway doors.
TUI's terms and conditions state: 'If in the opinion of the Carrier's representative, the Passenger's behaviour is disruptive, threatening or abusive or is causing or is likely to cause danger or distress to others, the Carrier may terminate that Passenger's travel arrangements without any liability on the Carrier's part.'