Spirit of France ferry accidents and incidents
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- injuries/crimes – 2012 (students brawl), 2013 (assault)
|March 2013||Crew / Passenger Crimes|
In March 2013, three male passengers were reported participating in an assault during an English Channel crossing. The men were arrested and charged with assaulting a passenger after the ferry docked in homeport Dover England, returning from Calais France.
The assault resulted in bodily harm. The 3 men were also jointly charged with "threatening unlawful violence towards others".
|01 April 2012||Crew / Passenger Crimes|
On April 1, 2012, around 200 drunken ferry passengers (students) were reported participating in a brawl on the ship. The students were reported running amok naked, smashing glasses, overturning furniture.
The students were undergraduates from the University of Manchester. They clashed with rivals from Manchester Metropolitan University. The brawl started in the onboard bar.
For safety reasons, passengers had to be evacuated to an exclusive seating lounge. Reportedly, most students were heavily drunk even before boarding the ferry in Dover. They were seen dancing / stripping naked on the tables, exposing themselves.
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