Deadly Italian Ship Sinking: Caused By A Sexy Blonde Passenger?

Fri, January 20, 2012 10:24am EST by 2 Comments
Italian Cruise Ship Accident

Authorities believe the captain of the ill-fated ship may have been distracted by a hot young passenger he shared drinks with prior to the accident — how terrible!

The Costa Concordia boat crash, which cost 11 people their lives, has been shrouded in scandal — especially after it was discovered that Capt. Franceso Schettino abandoned ship before passengers. And now new allegations are emerging that the 52-year-old may have been distracted by a sexy 25-year-old passenger named Domnica Cermotan!

Genoa’s Il Secolo XIX newspaper reports that passengers spotted the captain getting boozy with Domnica prior to the crash.

“At first we thought it was his daughter,” the passenger said. “There is no doubt they were drinking, at least a whole decanter. The last drop was poured into the captain’s glass.”

Do YOU think the captain was too distracted by women to operate his ship, HollywoodLifers?

– William Earl

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