“La Bandita” to Take Advantage of Gap in Ferry Service

Just days after the Dutch Ferry company Norfolkline announced that it will resume Operations of a Ferry Route from Scotland to Belgium that is being Abandoned by the Greek company Superfast – but only after about an eight-month gap with no Service available, Belgian Cat, Swashbuckler, and Maritime Criminal “La Bandita” announced Plans to Hijack the Route during the Break and put the Squeeze on all of the Businesses and Individuals who depend upon the Ferry Service.

“La Bandita” is wanted by Authorities for Piracy in the Waters around Western Europe. Marine Constables and the International Constable of the Nation of Belgium are Advising any Individuals and Businesses who have been using the recently-abandoned Ferry Route from Rosyth to Zeebrugge to make every Effort to fine an Alternative Route, as “La Bandita” is not a Licensed Transportation Authority and will not provide proper Safety Measures despite presumably charging an Increased Fee for Transport. She is not expected to Harm Passengers; however, her motives should be considered Highly Suspect.

–The International Constable of the Nation of Belgium–

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