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There's A Bar That Built A Favela Where People Can Watch The World Cup

Taking insensitivity to another level.

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Nomad World Pub in Milwaukee decided that a good way to attract soccer fans to watch the World Cup was to build a colorful replica of a favela from Rio de Janeiro.

This is a real Favela in Rio de Janeiro, in which people live in extreme poverty with lack of services and urbanization.

The "Nomad Favela" is located in adjacent parking lot and has a surfboard bar, a Belair Cantina taco shack, and an outdoor space with six large television where the games will be shown.

As if all of this was not rude enough, they've also been misspelling 'favela' in both their Facebook and Twitter updates:

Ola! We are looking for a few fine folks to come join our Fuvela workforce! We are almost all staffed up but are... http://t.co/Ve9yBvOsf0

Nomad World Pub@NomadMilwaukee

Ola! We are looking for a few fine folks to come join our Fuvela workforce! We are almost all staffed up but are... http://t.co/Ve9yBvOsf0

1:17 PM - 05 Jun 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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