Video Script — Chair Hogs
They come in all shapes, ages, and sizes – Most people can’t stand them, those dreaded deck chair hogs.
Under the new policy guests are allowed forty minutes to leave their deck chair unattended. The first site of a deck chair being empty, it gets a sticker and is on the clock.
After forty minutes – the belongings in the deck chair are taken to the towel station located on mid-ship.
First announced on SR Cruise Director John Heald’s Facebook page, the announcement has already yielded over 360 comments and over 750 facebook likes. (omit)
To make sure everyone is aware of this new policy, its being broadcast on the PA, on the in-cabin televisions as well as on the sea side theater jumbotron. Once this proves successful it will be implanted fleet wide. (omit)
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