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To me it would have made more sense to put a notice out to guests to leave their dirty plates in their cabin and call room service to pick them up or have the cabin steward take care of them. Just because a few people have no common sense is no reason to punish everyone.

I'm glad they reversed their decision.

Norwegian Cruise Line reverses ban on taking food to cabins: Travel Weekly

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