Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas is the world's largest cruise ship. While it was docked in Nassau, Bahamas, one of the passengers, a 27-year-old man from Vancouver, Washington, Nick Naydev, jumped from the 11th deck, which got him banned from the company’s cruises. He also could face legal consequences.
Maurice Paola was a little-known DJ and music producer. He was one of several passengers on the flight headed to White Plains, New York, on Sept. 3. About 45 minutes into the flight Paola started screaming and threatening the other passengers. One of the pilots tried to calm Paola and restrain him, but Paola became more agitated, screaming, banging his head on the walls and throwing cups and other items at passengers. When the plane landed, local law enforcement boarded the plane and took Paola down with a stun gun. He was arrested and charged with making terroristic threats, according to court records. A judge found him "mentally incompetent and unable to stand trial," and ordered him held for mental health treatment.