Passenger on Carnival Spirit Assaulted After Wrongly Identified By Ship Security as a Pedophile

An Australian cruise passenger, Mr. Sun, sued Carnival Australia after the cruise line falsely accused him of exposing himself to two young girls on the Carnival Spirit. According to an Australian new station, the incident occurred during a cruise from Sydney to New Caledonia in December 2016. Ship security personnel were notified that a man had "exposed and then touched himself" in front of young girls on the Carnival cruise ship.  The security staff showed one of the girls, and the parents of the girl, photographs of Mr Sun. The girl apparently misidentified Mr. Sun as the culprit. The girl's father then took matters into his own hands, accusing Mr. Sun of exposing himself to his daughter as he physically assaulted and battered Mr Sun in his own stateroom in front of Mr. Sun's wife and child.  The news report article states that when Mr. Sun called security for assistance, they instead escorted him to a room where they interrogated him for…

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