Bugsy Drake Is "Horrified" for Her Parents to Watch This Below Deck Med Charter Guest Moment

Bugsy Drake Is "Horrified" for Her Parents to Watch This Below Deck Med Charter Guest Moment

There was even more to it that we didn't see on TV in Season 5.

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After finding a "sea cucumber" in a guest's bed, Bugsy wonders if this is just the way Jessica More handles turndowns.

The latest group of charter guests in Season 5 of Below Deck Mediterranean really left an impression on The Wellington crew, not only because of how they acted during their charter but also because of what they brought with them on board.

The charter guests had brought along a sex toy, a so-called "sea cucumber," with them onto the yacht, which Alex Radcliffe first discovered while helping Jess More with turndowns. "The thing was massive," Alex said during the Below Deck Mediterranean Season 5 After Show, which you can view, above.

After Alex and Jess playfully hit each other with the "sea cucumber" in the guest's cabin, the stew tucked it in to bed for the night.

"I went to check on Jess' turndowns to make sure everything was good, and I saw this in the room, and I was just like, 'What?'" Bugsy recalled in the Below Deck Med After Show. "And I thought, there is no way. Has Jess just done this turndown and found this? I didn't know what was going on."

Of course, Bugsy also discovered the "sea cucumber" when the guests brought it with them up on the sun deck of the yacht, a moment that the chief stew handled like a champ, even if she isn't so sure how her loved ones will react. "I feel horrified for my parents to watch back something like that. Like, oh my gosh," Bugsy admitted. "The guests think they're hilarious a lot of the times when they're really not, and I feel like that is honestly 80 percent of what makes up our job. It's like you've got the 20 percent of service and cleaning and making sure everything runs, and 80 percent is entertaining the guests, who think they're really funny but aren't."

Bugsy added that it's always best to try to find the humor in every situation with the charter guests, no matter how cringeworthy it may be. "You just have to adapt to all these different personalities," she said. "And you actually end up feeling more awkward if you don't find them funny."

Want more Below Deck Med? New episodes air every Monday at 9/8c or catch up on the entire series through the Bravo app.

Get a sneak peek at what the next batch of charter guests is about to bring, below.

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