WATCH: Woman Sees Boyfriend on Cruise Ship Camera — Allegedly Cheating on Her!

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A woman taking a cruise says she caught her boyfriend flirting with another girl — while she watched one of the ship’s onboard cameras.

TikToker Kayla Gardner posted several videos of the prolonged saga.

@kayla.nicole.gcongrats, i know♬ She Knows – J. Cole

We see Ms. Gardner and one of her friends watching one of the cruise ship’s camera feeds on their in-room television.

Her friend points out Ms. Gardner’s alleged boyfriend — talking to another female passenger.

“Why do they even have cameras on a ship?” Ms. Gardner says, closely monitoring the TV. “Why would I want to watch the lido deck?”

@kayla.nicole.g Replying to @floridaw0man ♬ I Got 5 On It – Tethered Mix from US – Michael Abels & Luniz

Yeah. So, why are you watching the lido deck video?

Then, her boyfriend and the mystery female briefly disappear — only to (conveniently) end up directly in front of the camera.

It’s almost like the whole thing is staged. But would a TikTok personality do that?

Ms. Gardner uses a walkie-talkie to summon her friends to the lido deck — after all, they “have a 911!”

@kayla.nicole.g Replying to @floridaw0man ♬ I Got 5 On It – Tethered Mix from US – Michael Abels & Luniz

Then, a Miami Fire Department boat pulls up alongside the ship. Probably just because the boat was pulling into port. Or out of port at the start of the cruise. (You don’t need to shoot a movie, TV show, or something like that in sequential order. You fix that in post, as we say.) She alludes that maybe — just maybe — the FD is there because of something related to her boyfriend.

@kayla.nicole.g Replying to @crystal.wolfe1315 ♬ I Got 5 On It – Tethered Mix from US – Michael Abels & Luniz

But did he really cheat on her? And what is the definition of “cheating”? Here’s her take.

@kayla.nicole.g Replying to @dadstry ♬ Moonglow (Take 1) – Benny Goodman Quartet

It’s Amusing!

Frankly, I think the whole thing is scripted. But I tip my captain’s hat to Ms. Gardner and her team. Using the cruise ship’s camera as a plot tool in a now-viral saga is pretty smart. So, I don’t really have a problem giving her my few clicks.

And is the leading man is actually her boyfriend? Or does she even know the guy in question? After all, we see only his arm in the breakup video linked here (there’s some salty language, so we’re not embedding it).

What do you think?

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Chris Carley
Chris Carley
Chris, in addition to running EyeoftheFlyer.com, is a travel, points, miles, and credit card aficiando. He can teach us how to leverage points to make one unimaginable cruise not just attainable but affordable. Why not fly and stay for free before the cruise — which you’ll pay for with points?

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