Couple Quarantined On Virus-Infected Cruise Ship Claim Wine Delivered By Drone 

The nightmare cruise from hell got even worse on Monday for the thousands of passengers still aboard.

The Diamond Princess, the cruise ship that has been quarantined off the coast of Yokohama, Japan for a week now, saw a jump in a total number of confirmed coronavirus infections climb to 136. 

A growing sense of paranoia among the 3,600 people stuck on board the ship has been increasing since late last week as confirmed cases soar.

But for one Australian couple, they’re sitting back and relaxing, enjoying bottles of cheap wine to numb the fears of an infectious disease taking over the ship, reported The Courier-Mail

Last Thursday, Jan and Dave Binskin allegedly ordered several cases of wine, not from the ship's bar, but a drone.

The couple said they contacted a wine club that arranged the drone delivery. 

Jan and Dave Binskin wrote, "Naked Wine Club your incredible just got the First Drop Thank God For Drones the Japanese Coast Guard did not know what the F*ck was going on 🍷🍷🍷🍷🍷👌👌👌👌.” 

They wrote: "Happy hour drone wine 🍷, even have a wine filter, day three going troppo 😜😜😜😜😜.”

Another post allegedly shows Dave Binskin enjoying the wine in the cabin on Friday. 

The couple posts a selfie of them on the deck of the ship after five days of quarantine. 

On Sunday, the couple posted two more bottles of wine that they supposedly had delivered via drone.  

There was no confirmation by authorities if a drone was spotted airdropping wine aboard the ship.