keelhauling (present participle)
punish (someone) by dragging them through the water under the keel of a ship, either across the width or from bow to stern.
Keelhauling is a form of punishment and potential execution once meted out to sailors at sea. The sailor was tied to a line looped beneath the vessel, thrown overboard on one side of the ship, and dragged under the ship's keel, either from one side of the ship to the other, or the length of the ship. ..Googled Watch out for barnacles hooyah easy day...Let the Keelhauling begin!!!