Passenger THROWN OFF luxury cruise liner after protesting stops cancelled over deadly plague outbreak

Mail Online | 11/10/2017 | James Draper For Mailonline
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A Frenchman has been ejected from a luxury cruise liner after embarking on a protest against unexpected journey changes.

Alain Jan, 53, from the French island of Réunion, was holidaying on a Costa Cruises liner when a Madagascan outbreak of the Black Plague forced the captain to revise island stops.

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After three locations around Mauritius were cancelled, a furious Mr Jan helped mount a mutiny with sixty other passengers - and was subsequently removed from the vessel as a consequence.

The outbreak, which has been described as the 'worst in 50 years' and deemed to be at 'crisis' point, has now infected 1,947 people in the country off the coast of Africa.

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New figures from the World Health Organization also show the 'medieval disease' has now claimed the lives of 143 people.

But, despite being offered €150 in compensation, Mr Jan - who was travelling with his wife - was not satisfied.

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'They were taking the mickey,' he...
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