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If you are offered free ice cream, it means someone died: former cruise ship employee makes shocking confession

Former cruise ship employee reveals why free ice cream parties are held on board

A free ice cream party on a cruise sounds cool if it weren't as creepy as it really is. The secret lies in the large number of dead people on board and the lack of space in the special morgue.

We know little about the customs of cruise ship workers, but Dara Tucker, a singer who used to live on board for a long time in the Mediterranean and Caribbean, shared relatively secret information on TikTok about the meaning of free ice cream, which can seriously alarm vacationers.

"If the crew suddenly gives passengers a bunch of ice cream... it's often because a lot of people died on the ship and they need more space for the morgue," she said.

According to the singer, the cruise ship she worked on had a morgue, but its capacity was up to 7 bodies. If more people died on board during the trip than could fit into a special area, the workers had to empty the refrigerators, and ice cream was the first to be "rescued."

"Maybe 4-10 people die on every cruise, and there are a lot of elderly people on the ships," the woman said about the peculiarity of her ship.

Statistics cited by Tucker indicate that the average age of visitors to the high-end ship she worked on is 75 with a maximum capacity of 3,000 people. She urged people not to worry about regular cruises as there is no such "excitement" on ordinary ships.

"It's only related to this particular cruise company because it attracted the attention of so many elderly people where they were dying. It was a floating nursing home," Tucker explained.

Many Internet users did not believe this shocking fact. However, a former employee in the maritime industry confirmed what was said.

"Here is a cruise ship doctor. I can confirm the correlation between the morgue and ice cream," Cory L. Bucker said.

Later, in a commentary to the New York Post, he explained that these manipulations are performed not only on cruises but also on any other ship. "This can happen on military vessels as well. We didn't have a morgue on board, so if someone died or we had to transport a body, it meant that the crew had to eat well because we had to find a frosty place," Bucker said.

If you are offered free ice cream, it means someone died: former cruise ship employee makes shocking confession

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