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July 28, 2019 / Posted by:

The clown costume that caused an all-out brawl on a cruise ship!

There are a small handful of reasons for why you should bust out a brawl over someone in a clown costume, and here’s two I can think of:

  1. You’re at a costume party orgy, and Idris Elba is there in a clown costume and asks, “Who wants to ride this first?” It is perfectly normal to brawl with tricks over that.
  2. You’re at a costume party orgy, and Alexander Skarsgard is there in a clown costume and asks, “Who wants to ride this first?” It is perfectly normal to brawl with tricks over that.

But it’s not-at-all normal to brawl over someone showing up on a cruise in a clown costume, and that’s exactly what happened on a British cruise ship. So yes, not only does that brawl-causing clown costume get some HSOTD love, but it also won the achievement in Being That Bitch Who Causes All This Conversation All These Flying Fists.

CNN says that on Friday morning, the P&O cruise ship Britannia was on its final leg after a week-long cruise around Norway’s fjords when a violent, messy tussle broke out, and it wasn’t over the last piece of bacon being served at brunch. It was over one passenger showing up in a clown costume and another passenger getting pissed off over that because he thought the cruise was a No Fancy Dress Zone. Fancy dress is British for “costume,” by the way.

Richard Gaisford, a reporter on Good Morning Britain, was on the cruise at the time and spilled out the messy details:

Richard also said that… wait for it…. wait for it… large amounts of booze were guzzled down before the brawl.

Several people experienced bloody injuries, since chairs and other furniture were thrown, and those who weren’t brawlin’, ran to their cabins for safety. A man and a woman, who reportedly were at fault for starting the fight, were confined to their cabins by security, and were later arrested for suspicion of assault by local police after the ship docked. They were later released.

One passenger told The Daily Star that the clownphobic drunk messes were the exception, and not the rule, on that cruise.

“Just to clarify, the majority of those onboard were perfectly civilised and nice individuals. It was just ruined by a few drunk idiots.”

Also, P&O denied that a passenger was dressed in a clown costume. Now I’m picturing a dude in a clown costume standing there like, “What?! This is just how I dress on the regular.

There’s no video of the brawl, which sucks, because if I ever find myself on a crowded British cruise ship, I need to know exactly what outfit to wear so that I can cause a brawl and then sneak away in all the chaos to snag the last piece of bacon.

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