Contaminated evidence or another sign that the captain was having a wild night? Lawyers representing the survivors of the ill-fated Costa Concordia cruise ship say that trace amounts of cocaine were found on a sample hair from Capt. Francesco Schettino. It’s important to note that the cocaine was not in the captain’s hair or urine, which would more clearly indicate cocaine use. A consumer group says that the evidence was probably contaminated. Schettino is being investigated for the alleged manslaughter of the 32 that died in the incident.