Molly-Mae Hague and Maura Higgins 'Nearly Died' On Horror Boat Trip
The Love Island favourites were on a luxury getaway in Crete with Molly-Mae's sister Zoe and their hairdresser buddy Jay when they decided to take a yacht trip.
But what was planned to be a luxurious day of sunbathing at sea quickly took a turn for the terrifying as conditions worsened.
Maura, 29, took to Instagram to share footage of the trip from hell, showing the foursome begging the crew to turn the boat around and head back to shore.
Speaking to camera from a beachside restaurant following the ordeal, Maura said: "So guys we got on a beautiful yacht today - well, what we thought was a beautiful yacht - and we nearly died."
"I don't know how I'm here right now," chimed in Molly.
Maura then commented that both Molly and her sister were trained life guards and had feared for their lives.
Panning her phone camera to the pair of siblings, she said: "Strong life guard, another strong life guard and they were petrified!"
"Me and Jay were nearly vomiting," continued Maura.
Meanwhile, Molly-Mae added: "You were crying and Zoe was crying."
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Maura then told her followers that she was "going to put up some footage to show how bad it was."
Clips showed the four clinging on for dear life, while Jay was seen slumped over the table.
Zoe can be heard yelling to the crew: "We want to go back! Now! We want to go back!"
Jay then joins in, firmly saying: "We want to stop, we want to go back."
When Molly shared the same clip, she commented: "I've never ever seen my sister speak like this.
"She's only speaking like this because we asked over ten times for them to turn the boat around and they wouldn't."
The foursome lived to tell the tale, and later shared clips of themselves enjoying a beachside lunch and drinks, with Molly saying: "Here to see another day, we made it. Glad to be hear with you all."
Talk about expectation vs reality, eh?
Featured Image Credit: Molly-Mae Hague / Instagram
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