Yesterday I read this article about strange cruise ship complaints on the Herald-Sun website and had to share.
What would you consider a legitimate complaint if you were on a cruise ship? Not “The sea is too noisy” I bet.
One woman complained that the inside cabin she paid for had no window and asked for one to be installed. Hmmmm…
One woman whined that her cruise with Celebrity Cruises didn’t have any celebrities, and another complained that a celebrity who was on her last cruise wasn’t on the boat for her next cruise! Get a grip people!
Naturally I looked for articles about other unusual complaints and found this article entitled ‘Decidedly Unusual’ from 1932.
I doubt that many people would do anything other than keep quiet about the problem this woman had.
A Bexhill woman complained in the local Police Court that she couldn’t get invoices from tradesmen to pay her bill.
That isn’t a problem people usually have is it? It is generally the tradesman having trouble getting the bill paid!
The magistrates, unsurprisingly, ruled that it was beyond their jurisdiction. I bet they took the names of the tradesmen to get a bit of free work done back at their homes too!