First picture of cruise ship ‘jumper’ Kay Longstaff as she enjoys an emotional reunion with her boyfriend in a Venice hotel
- The ex-flight attendant laughed and joked with Craig Rayment after her ordeal
- Kay Longstaff was in a happy moods as she left a restaurant at a four star hotel
- She dined with members of her boyfriend’s family before going to her room
This is the first picture of cruise ship ‘jumper’ Kay Longstaff as she enjoyed an emotional reunion with her boyfriend at a Venice hotel.
The former flight attendant laughed and joked with Craig Rayment after they were able to relax following her 10 hour ordeal in the Adriatic Sea.
The 45 year old – who has claimed she fell from the cruise liner Norwegian Star – was in a happy mood as she left a restaurant at a four star hotel on the outskirts of the romantic Italian city.
This is the first picture of cruise ship ‘jumper’ Kay Longstaff as she enjoyed an emotional reunion with her boyfriend at a Venice hotel
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Longstaff dined with other members of her boyfriend’s family at the Crowne Plaza hotel before going up to her room shortly after 9pm.
Wearing a red dress and her hair loose, she showed no ill effects of being in the sea for such a long time and close to death.
The couple refused to answer any questions as they left the restaurant hand-in-hand to return to their room.
Doubts have been cast on Longstaff’s claim that she fell from the liner.
The captain of the ship said she was a ‘jumper’ while the director of a trade organisation representing over 50 cruise companies said it was unheard of for anyone acting ‘ responsibly’ falling off a ship.
The couple refused to answer any questions as they left the restaurant hand-in-hand to return to their room
Kay Longstaff and Craig Rayment hold hands in their hotel in Venice
Other passengers on the week long cruise around the Greek islands claimed the couple had been arguing and drinking prior to Longstaff going over the side.
After spending a night in hospital in the Croatian port of Pula she was discharged and driven to Venice at her pre booked hotel.
Medical staff in Pula said Longstaff had mild hypothermia symptoms but was otherwise in good condition despite spending 10 hours in the water.
Survival experts said the relatively warm temperature of the sea and lack of wind to churn up the waves helped in her survival.
Longstaff remained hidden away in her hotel room and told staff not to put any calls through.
British tourist Kay Longstaff exits Croatia coast guard ship in Pula, near the Croatian coast
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