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Cruise passenger complains about the no-slip bottom that caused cornhole injury

A Spirit of Norfolk cruise passenger complains about the no-slip floor, which apparently worked too well and affected his cornhole game.

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The owner of a popular dinner cruise ship in Virginia have been sued by a customer who says that the ship of the no-slip floors, which also worked fine.

The lawsuit in federal court accuses the Spirit of Norfolk cruise ship of the illegal use of the no-slip flooring on any part of the ship, where cruisers play the game cornhole.

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The plaintiff, 66-year-old Jeffrey Makuch of New York, says he took a cruise on the ship in June 2016, and fell during the play of cornhole. He says that the no-slip floor made it impossible for him to properly shift his weight during the steps to throw a beanbag.

The cruise ship owners have filed an answer denying that the floor is a risk.

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The associated press reports the lawsuit wants about $375,000 in damage.

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