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You can do alot on a Carnival Cruise. What you CAN'T do is fish! Watch...

Two Carnival cruise passengers have been banned for life for fishing on board.

Video footage posted to TikTok showed the travelers fishing from their room's balcony. The now-deleted post showed a passenger reeling in a fish, and a man can be spotted placing the catch on the balcony's floor.

"Fishing from our ships is prohibited," a Carnival representative said. It is thought that the ship was docked in the Bahamas, where non-residents are required to have fishing permits.

However, Carnival did not confirm where the ship was. 

According to a report by cruise news site Cruise Hive, the ship was docked in Nassau, Bahamas.

In the Bahamas, non-residents are required to obtain fishing permits. On Carnival cruises, passengers can fish without permits during fishing excursions approved and organized by the cruise line and local authorities. 

Though the original video has been deleted several people have resurrected it on their own accounts. Watch it here:

Cruise ship "Carnival Conquest" arrival at Nassau port.

Photo: Getty Images

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