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Cruise passenger is branded a 'moron' for risking her life by clambering over a balcony railing to take a selfie on board Royal Caribbean ship Woman desperate for a good photo put her life in danger on board a cruise ship She climbed over balcony railing in defiance of Royal Caribbean guest policy    Photo taken by another passenger shows her posing for a photo in blue swimsuit  Her cabin was tracked down & she was subsequently removed from the cruise 

By Sophie Tanno For Mailonline

Published: 18:55 BST, 17 October 2019 | Updated: 16:50 BST, 18 October 2019

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A passenger on a cruise ship has been slammed for climbing over a balcony railing to get a better shot of herself in a swimsuit. 

The woman was on board Royal Caribbean cruise ship Allure of the Seas when she put her life in danger for the sake of a photo above the ocean. 

The stunt was in defiance of the Royal Caribbean's guest conduct policy which bans 'sitting, standing, laying or climbing on, over or across any exterior or interior railings' of the ship. 

The brazen woman was reportedly removed from the cruise when the ship docked at its next destination in Falmouth, Jamaica. 

A passenger on a cruise ship has been slammed for climbing over a balcony railing to get a better shot of herself in a swimsuit.

A passenger on a cruise ship has been slammed for climbing over a balcony railing to get a better shot of herself in a swimsuit.

Peter Blosic, who was on the cruise, watched in disbelief as the woman climbed over the railings and onto a narrow balcony perch. 

The photo shows the anonymous woman in a blue swimming costume facing the ocean with her arms outstretched.  

'What an absolute IDIOT. You cannot fall off of a ship unless you are acting like a moron!' Blosic said. 

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