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Source: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 17: An aerial view of the Carnival Spirit cruise ship beside the Opera House as she arrives into Sydney Harbour on October 17, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. To celebrate the fifth anniversary of the cruise line in Australia, passengers created the world's longest conga line at sea. (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images for Carnival Cruise Lines Australia)

Carnival Cruise Described As 'Cruise From Hell' After Massive Brawls Break Out On Board

By Mike Walsh

The Carnival Legend faced an unexpected problem after over 30 people were injured in what the cruise line is calling "violent and disruptive behavior."

The Sydney Morning Herald reported that some guests locked themselves in their rooms aboard the Carnival Legend to avoid the violence, several outlets reported.

“Fights have been going on for a few days now,” said Kellie Petersen, who was on board with her husband and three children. “We’re scared. We’ve been told to watch our backs by this group so we’re scared to go anywhere alone in the ship.”