Pictures of the Disney Cruise ship
Crew of a Disney ship packed with families on a sunshine cruise snort what appear to be lines of cocaine on their breaks.
Entertainers who delight young kiddies and their parents, restaurant waiters and show dancers hoover up the white powder in their cabins.
They even use Disney staff ID cards to chop up lines.
A whistleblower insisted the substance pictured was cocaine – and also claimed wild parties and casual sex were the norm for workers on the massive luxury vessel Disney Magic.
The PeopleLine of duty: Strange goings on below deck The People Bags of evidence: It does not look good
Disney, the world’s largest entertainment company, was last night investigating the claim after The People told executives about the incriminating photos.
The liner carries 2, 700 holidaymakers – including scores of British families – who pay up to £2, 500 a head to cruise the Caribbean. A former worker said: “It’s all very family-friendly. On deck, you have people in Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck outfits performing tricks. But downstairs, staff are sniffing coke. So many people are doing it, it’s an open secret. People even do it during their shift. Staff work very long hours and it’s their only release.”
The source went on: “We’d go to whorehouses when we were docked.
“Or if we were at sea we would have wild parties in the cabins. You’d just lock the door and a few people would be sniffing almost straight away. Crew would all be sleeping with each other too. Girls never said no when they were high – it was wild.”
“These parties happened almost every night. There were loads of girls around, people went crazy.
“People would steal drinks from the bar – so we would have parties with £500 bottles of champagne, stuff like Cristal, Dom Perignon and Krug.
“There were restrictions on how much alcohol you could keep in your cabin but the searches weren’t very thorough.
“It was the same with the drugs. The bosses took a sniffer dog around on the ship – but we always knew which route it would take, so it was easy to avoid.Deck hand: Lines and lines of alleged coke
“Whenever a new crew member joined the ship you would ask a few questions to sound them out, see if they would be interested.
“People did coke during their shift, then at 11pm, as soon as you finished, you would have a party straight away and stay up all night, taking cocaine and drinking.
“Some people would go straight back to work. It’s dangerous.
“The attitude seemed to be, as long as you smiled at the guests and did your job properly, it did not really matter what you did.”
The source claimed crew members bought cocaine for £15 a gram – a quarter of the UK street price – when the Disney Magic called at the island of St Martin.