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Video Footage of Mexican World Cup Fan Going Overboard On MSC Divina

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Video footage has been trending on social media sites since it was posted on You Tube yesterday of a Mexican World Cup fan going overboard on MSC Divina.

As Cruise Hive previously reported on, the male Mexican fan was cruising on a special world cup cruise which was sailing to destinations where the Mexican football team was playing in the group stages.

According to an eye-witness the passenger was also drunk a went overboard from the 15th deck of the ship. At the time the ship was sailing between Fortaleza and Recife.

The young male passenger is still missing after a search from the MSC Divina and Brazilian Navy. You can read our full news report here along with an official statement from MSC Cruises.

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