Leonardo DiCaprio saves drunken man who fell from a cruise ship

Leonardo DiCaprio saves drunken man who fell from a cruise ship

- US actor, Leonardo DiCaprio, and friends were praised for saving a man from drowning

- The actor was out sailing with friends on holiday when they heard that a man from a Club Med yacht had fallen overboard

- The actor and all aboard the rented boat joined the search in the Caribbean, spotted the man and brought him to safety

American actor, Leonardo DiCaprio, has been hailed a hero for his part in rescuing a man from drowning while on vacation in December 2019.

According to E!Online, the actor, his girlfriend, Camila Marrone (22) and a group of friends were vacationing on a rented boat in the Caribbean when they heard that a man had drunkenly fallen overboard from a Club Med yacht. They joined the emergency search party to help locate him.

Daily Mail reported that after hours of searching, they finally spotted the man and were able to pull him from the water just before nightfall.

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Legit.ng notes that a source said: “Leo and his friends and their boat captain decided to join the search and their efforts resulted in helping save a man’s life. The boat crew were happy to try and assist – even more so that they were able to help get the man to safety."

A week after the incident, DiCaprio was back in Hollywood preparing for the Golden Globes where he was nominated for his role in the film, Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood.

Unfortunately, DiCaprio did not win, but he did receive a shout-out from his co-star, Brad Pitt, who won best supporting actor in a motion picture.

In his acceptance speech, Pitt said: “I also have to thank my partner in crime, LDC. Before ‘The Revenant’ I used to watch, year after year, his co-stars accept awards and thank him profusely. I know why. He’s an all-star, he’s a gent, and I wouldn’t be here without you man. I thank you.

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He also added: “Still – I would have shared the raft.” Referencing the scene at the end of Titanic, where DiCaprio’s character Jack, dies by letting Rose (played by Kate Winslett) stay on the floating raft.

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