Remember how scared we were during the game against Bosnia on Sunday? Well, here’s another reason to be scared. Terrified, actually.
The footage below, shot by a Brazilian photographer named Paula Kossatz, shows thousands of supporters using a makeshift staircase to enter the Maracana Stadium, where Argentina was scheduled to play on Sunday. Below their feet, the entire structure wobbles like it’s made of toothpicks.
While the video is making the rounds around the world, Twitter account @WorldCupProbs had already warned about this a week ago in the following tweet.
This is the spectator bridge from subway to Sao Paulo stadium. Would you walk on that with thousands of people? pic.twitter.com/A3qYyDdRk7
— World Cup Problems (@WorIdCupProbs) June 12, 2014
While that staircase is allegedly located in Sao Paulo (the Maracana is in Rio,) there’s no doubt that the answer to that question is no.