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17 May, 2008 11:27

Russian sailors were three sheets to the wind

A captain and a senior engineer of a Russian ship have been detained after their cargo carrier ran aground off the coast of Denmark.

Danish naval authorities claim the two were very drunk at the time of the incident.

The vessel MCL Trader was traveling from Sweden to St. Petersburg when it got stuck near the Danish Island of Bornholm.