Woman: Cruise Worker Threatens ‘I Want to Rape You’



Gina Clark from Brandon, Florida, was angry after a ship worker on a recent Bahamas Paradise cruise told her he wanted to rape her.  The cruise worker later said he was only joking when confronted about the incident by his supervisor and the victim.

“It was awful, so many thoughts were running through my head,” she said.

It started when Clark heard a knock on the door Friday.  She opened the door and that’s when he grabbed her hand.

“He kept grabbing and he said, ‘I want to rape you.’  In my mind, I felt like all the blood left my face.”

She says he repeated it three more times.

“At this point I’m getting angry and he said you know when a man forcefully makes a woman have sex and I slammed the door in his face and locked it.”

What’s more shocking, when she complained, she says a manager returned with the accused employee.  Her friend captured the conversation by cell phone.

Employee: “I called you outside the cabin door and I said I want to rape you, but I promise I was playing.”

Clark: “You’re not playing.  You said it three times.  And then when I said Excuse me? You said oh maybe my English is not so good.”

“To my surprise, he sat there and said everything that happened, word for word, admitted it,” Clark said.

The executive vice president of the cruise, Glenn Ryerson, reportedly called Clark and told her the cruise line fired the employee.

Ryerson said they “weren’t happy” to hear about what happened and it was very inappropriate.  He said they gave Clark’s group of 10 its money back.

Alarmingly, rape, assaults and other crimes happen more often on cruises than you think. Entire groups and websites like cruiserape.com have been formed just for crimes on cruises.

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Source: WTSP