New Delhi: More than 1,000 Indian Gutka company workers onboard a Royal Caribbean International became a nightmare for other passengers travelling on the ship. The workers held parties where women were dressed as Playboy bunnies. “It was crazy…little Playboy bunny outfits, you know this is a family boat. I think that they should have notified us that there was a big group that had been booked and had booked the pool deck out…everyone on that ship should have been notified,” Newsweek quoted a passenger as saying. Also Read - Cordelia Cruises Offers Opulent Travel Experience With On-board Dining, Private Balconies, Ocean Views And More | See Pics

Workers of Kamla Pasand, as described by passengers, took over the pool decks, bars and buffets. Further, the workers also allegedly harassed young girls, the news portal said. Also Read - Goa Travel News For Adventure Enthusiasts: New Rules For Water Sports And Cruises as State Increases Activities

“It was almost like a huge bucks [bachelor] party, a bucks night for 1,200 people,” a passenger told the Australian Nine Network’s A Current Affair. “Their doors would be open and you would walk past and be like what am I going to be looking at when I walk past this door? It is hard to forget after seeing all the flashbacks of these men around all the time, 24 hours a day like we could not escape,” she added. Also Read - Costa Cruises to Take You From Mumbai to Maldives This November Onward

Full refunds were initiated to the passengers by the ship, Newsweek reported. “We operate with the safety of our guests and crew as our highest priority, and are currently looking into all guest feedback regarding this incident to ensure it does not happen again, ” the news portal quoted Royal Caribbean as saying.