MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - One of the passengers aboard the Carnival Cruise Ship Triumph has an unusual souvenir of her trip.
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It allows her and other passengers to express their frustrations.
SIGN THE BEDSHEET
Nicole Brown from Dallas, Texas showed reporters a bed sheet with written comments she said she collected from other passengers on board the Triumph.
Brown said she grabbed a sheet off her bed the day after the engine fire, and signed her name on it to express her frustration.
She said, "I came with a group of three people. So, when I signed the sheet, I just thought we were going to only have two to three names, but, people were lining up, even little kids were lining up."
Then, people began writing comments.
Brown said, "They have a lot of humor here, and there's a lot of frustration on this sheet. This is like the voice of 'Carnival Triumph.'"
What were some of the comments? Brown read two of them.
"I never thought I needed a 'Mommy' vacation. Never again."
"I don't want to go to Mexico no more, more, more."
Brown said she hung the sheet over the swimming pool.
When asked if Carnival officials told her anything about it, she said, "They weren't too happy about it. They just shook their head and kept going."
WHAT HAPPENS TO IT NOW?
What is she going to do with the bed sheet now?
Brown said, "I have no idea. I had just wanted to start something so they can express themselves."
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