How hundreds of sex assaults reported on cruises as unlimited booze deals trigger aggressive drunken behaviour but hardly any are prosecuted

  The Sun 
AN epidemic of sexual assaults is blighting the booming cruise industry, it’s claimed.  But while these mega ships are essentially floating cities, they crucially don’t have not have police forces or courts. Record numbers of people are choosing to holiday on the high seas, with at least two million British people getting on board ever […]
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