First Death Confirmed Onboard Gay Atlantis Superspreader Cruise
There will of course be many more deaths to come once the inevitably COVID-infected gays are back home and unknowingly transmitting the virus to others (this is what happens during a pandemic after you attend a mass gathering of 5,000 people with zero masks and absolutely no social distancing), but for now, Atlantis Events has confirmed at least one death onboard their insane superspreader cruise. Via The Advocate:
A death has been confirmed aboard Atlantis Events’ 30th Anniversary Cruise on Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas. The Advocate has confirmed the death with Atlantis Events. While a representative said the death was “nothing out of the ordinary,” they referred The Advocate to Royal Caribbean for comment on cause of death.
So, someone just died on a cruise ship, and it’s “nothing out of the ordinary”? OK, I guess it’s normal to die when you go on a cruise. Makes sense.
News of the Atlantis “Omicron of the Seas” death came after Chris Wiggins tweeted about it earlier this week:
Wiggins notes that someone died after being found in cardiac arrest, and while the cause of that cardiac arrest and all the other medical emergencies aren’t known at this time, many cruise attendees appear to be doing drugs in photos and videos shared on social media. Last week, one Atlantis attendee told the New York Times, “This is going to be the wildest party for our community in two years. I’m talking dirty dancing, sex, drugs, raves, orgies and sweet, sweet freedom.”