Brazil is looking to accommodate obese fans at the 2014 FIFA World Cup by offering wider seats. It’s part of the World Cup Bill, which requires a minimum of one percent of stadium seats to be designated for disabled individuals.
Even better, each designated seat is 50% off for fans who are able to get a doctor’s note – quit scheming, college students with unnecessary adderall prescriptions.
Following is a look at one of the seats in Maracana Stadium, courtesy of Tariq Panja.
This is the seat for obese fans at the World Cup stadium in Rio: 50% discount on tickets if you have doctor’s note pic.twitter.com/V9KkSx555s
— tariq panja (@tariqpanja) February 6, 2014
[via SB Nation]