Solihull resident goes viral on TikTok after cruise ship party antics - The Solihull Observer

Solihull resident goes viral on TikTok after cruise ship party antics

Solihull Editorial 2nd Jul, 2023   0

A SOLIHULL resident has gone viral on TikTok after a video was uploaded of her diving into the pool of a cruise ship whilst on a work trip.

Sabina Clay, aged 60, a travel consultant was on a work trip when a video of her diving into the pool of the Valiant Lady during a cruise went viral on the social media platform.

Sabina had jumped into the pool several times during a party, not knowing that a bystander, known on TikTok as @NataliaSalazar896 happened to film her and edit it into a video along with music from The Little Mermaid.

The video has so far racked up over 289,000 views and has nearly 3,600 comments.

Comments included “this brings me joy” and “why are they all fully dressed you gonna get a rash”, “you literally cannot convince me all these people are real”, ”why are they all in full business attire at the swimming pool” “they’re just living in the moment” and “I could watch her do this all day”.

The Valiant Lady cruise kicked off with the sail away party at 6pm on June 18 from Barcelona. Sabina wasn’t aware she had gone viral until another consultant showed her the video on June 24.

Sabrina said: “I’m never going to act my age. 60 is the new 40.

“On the first night of this amazing cruise, I was having so much dancing that I needed a cool down.

“Some people were paddling, but I thought, I’m going all in.

“I was just having a good time, I never expected it to go viral.

“This is a spectacular cruise and I’ve had a wonderful time. I love the relaxed vibe here.

“And when there’s dancing, you can be sure I’m in the middle of it all.”

Click HERE to watch the viral video.


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