Unless there's a lot more to this story, just watching the two crew members basically stand there, shifting their weight from one foot to the other, allowing themselves to be caught on "candid camera" without taking some form of immediate action to remedy their guests plight is a pretty a sad testament for NCL's cruise product.
The one guy did risk getting dripped on himself by reaching out and checking to what degree of saturation all the bedding had been subject to so far. I don't care if there wasn't another cabin available, they appeared to be content letting their guest make due, there had to be some other option. This must have resulted from the cabin's toilet or shower facilities directly above overflowing or a pipe rupture up above with the damage not simply contained to only one cabin. If I were the victim here I would have hot-footed it up to the cabin above me.
Some one should send this to "FDR", (Frank Del Rio), head man of NCL, Oceania and Regent.