During a shipment to South Korea on the Persian Gulf, a cargo ship ends up tipping and starts to sink, causing thousands of crates full of merchandise to fall in to the water. It seems there was some kind of hole in the boat that caused it to start sinking on one of its sides.
In the clip we can see the crew members doing whatever they can to control the boat and the crates, but it seems like a lost cause with a lot of the merchandise being left behind in the water. It seems like the only solution is waiting for another boat to come in order to transfer the crates and continue the shipment.
A tragic set of events for a cargo ship on a long journey. Setbacks like this can leave you travelling for weeks more, now that’s what you call a headache! Multiple video clips of the accident below.