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Some of the holiday makers seemed to be upset that there was a bomb scare, stood in the way of their good time.
Reports of a suspicious package at Miami port, also known as PortMiami, it apparently caused an hour delay in the boarding process, to a Norwegian Cruise Line ship. And, according to some sources, the passengers were very unhappy to be left waiting while the authorities investigated.
A suspicious piece of luggage was found on one of the terminals at PortMiami, Sunday afternoon, WSVN reports. Police and fire rescue units reported to have responded to the problem in the Terminal (F), where they used a K-9 unit for the determination of the contents of the bags.
The application process for the Norwegian Breakaway was, it seems, is interrupted, causing the passengers to wait for up to two hours. The authorities finally gave the all-clear, and the ship will sail at 6 pm
A number of the passengers, but the wait was an unwelcome addition to their vacation plans.
ELDERLY PEOPLE, THE CRUISE PASSENGERS ‘ CLAIM THAT THEY WERE TRICKED INTO THE SMUGGLING OF 20 KILOGRAMS OF COCAINE
“I’ve got my luggage, and I can’t get on the ship,” a passenger, Karen Ross, complained, according to WSVN. “There are certain procedures they have to follow for our own safety, but at the same time, I mean, you would think that they would have to tell us something or give us some water, or try to get us in some kind of way.”
The news outlet also quoted another frustrated passenger said, “I didn’t come to Miami to sit down for an hour or so.”
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Some of the passengers, however, seemed to have a sense of humor about the whole situation. One, who claimed to be a passenger on board the ship tweeted, “First of all, for the [Tropical Storm], Karen, other than that the car problems on the way to the bottom, it is now a ‘suspicious package’ was found, so that no one is allowed in the building. Well, I’m a person who doesn’t believe in ‘signs’ that I don’t get it on the boat.”
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Norwegian Cruise Line did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.