Posted May 6th, 2013, 10:16 PM
Last edited by skittl1321; May 6th, 2013 at 10:21 PM
Yes, really. Every bartender should know when a patron should no longer be served. Bartenders everywhere struggle with actually applying this. We've had a number of lawsuits in our town where people say they are not liable because they were overserved. In many cases the bartender has been held responsible. My opinion is bartenders should do this as a courtesy, but people are responsible for their own actions.
The balcony railings come up to my chest...they are 3/4 of my height! I know I'm short, but I feel like only Kareem Abdul Jabbar could honestly trip and fall over one of these. I just checked pictures, and they are at my husband's waist- again, it would take a lot to fall over one.
Carnival's actions saved this woman's life. I hope they win the case and counter sue!
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Carnival Triumph- Progesso/Cozumel 4/14/12
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