This Is The Chaotic And Claustrophobic Scene In São Paulo’s Subway After A Bus Strike

Imagine when a little thing called The World Cup rolls around.

The Brazilian newspaper Folha on released a video showing the chaos generated in São Paulo’s subway on Tuesday after bus drivers went on strike.

In the video you can see a swarm of people trying to go up the stairs and into the platform of the yellow metro line. The video also shows how there were only three subway security guards trying to contain the multitude, which in the end was able to push the guards aside and get on the stairs.

Some passengers fainted and had to be carried away by security, but no one seems to be hurt.

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