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Programmed similarly to the Full Moon Party in Thailand, the festivities begin as guests step onboard Bimini SuperFast, starting 3:30pm Saturday.
Phuket, Pattaya, Koh Samui and Koh Phangan are said to be notorious of such scams while Khao San Road in Bangkok, Pattaya and Phuket are notorious for food and drink spiking especially during the Full Moon Party.
She also attended a Full Moon Party in Melbourne with Warne recently and the pair have known each other for eight years.
Q I'd like to go to a full moon party but Thailand is a bit far and a bit out of my price bracket.
Cheznye Emmons, 23, and her boyfriend Joe Cook, 21, bought a bottle of gin at a shop before heading to a full moon party in the jungle.
From aping Terry Wogan whilst sat in a traffic jam on the B132 - "Oh, it's morns like this when I wish was back in Phuket at a full moon party bouncing a ladyboy on each knee" - to cheering up a depressed newsagent with some Al Pacino-style shouty "Hoo-hah"-ing, it was a noble but gimmicky attempt to transfer Mynott's obvious skills to a more traditional sitcom format.
BULLET City trader Stephen, of Purley, South London, was shot while dancing on a beach at Koh Phangan during a New Year Full Moon Party when a fight broke out between two gangs.
One of the attractions of the island is its monthly full moon party at Haad Rin Beach.