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With cowards and sicko's like these, there should be tougher laws.If a person is violated why is it any different for an animal that is violated by a person they trusted.A number of newspapers are reporting that a resident of New York is suing Celebrity Cruises after he scalded his feet on a hot deck on one of its cruise ships several years ago.The 66 year-old passenger, who apparently suffered from pre-existing neuropathy of his feet, was sailing aboard the when the incident occurred.
The guest had gone swimming in the ship pool after taking off his flip-flops; but when it was time to get out of the pool, someone had removed his flip-flops, requiring him to step on the hot deck with his bare feet. Also, absent an agreement to extend the filing deadline, lawsuits against a cruise line must be filed within one year of the accident/injury.There is no mention in the articles whether the passenger thought to simply touch the surface with his hand and then wear his shoes, or sandals, or flip-flops across the hot deck to the pool.The news accounts of the lawsuit has generated considerable press, with most readers calling the injured cruise ship guest "stupid" and his lawsuit "frivolous." But there is no question that a pool deck can create second degree burns to a passenger on a hot summer day; the cruise lines are aware of this danger and can avoid injury to their guests with an effective warning.His parents had to interrupt the family vacation and return home to New Jersey with their child to care for the boy's injuries.In 2012, an Orlando resident sustained severe burns on his feet caused by a hot surface of the Lido pool deck on a Carnival cruise ship.
He reportedly declined an offer by the cruise line to fly home for medical treatment. Or should someone with his condition have been more cautious given he returned to the ship due to the heat?