The Venezuelan naval ship that sunk
The Venezuelan naval ship that sunk

In a bizarre case, a Venezuelan Naval vessel sank after it aggressively bumped into a cruise ship in international waters, the BBC reported.

According to the report the naval vessel Naiguata also fired shots on the Portuguese vessel RCGS Resolute in ‘an act of aggression in international waters’.

Twitter user Canocola has an entire thread explaining the turn of events. According to him, the cruise-liner that ‘specialises in penguin bothering, stopped to repair her engines in international waters.’

According to Canocola, the naval ship was also better equipped with arms

He added that the cruise-liner unlike The Titanic, had been built to withstand an iceberg collision, which meant that the naval ship had no chance. The cruise liner only suffered minor damages.

However, Venezuelan journalist Anya Parampil has shared a video, claiming that the cruise liner was the aggressor and after the collision, its staff left the naval staff to drown.

Venezuela has accused the cruise ship of aggression and piracy, and has added that it did not rule that the ship ‘was transporting mercenaries to attack military bases in Venezuela.

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