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World Cup fans are being investigated for pretending to be disabled

Sometimes you need to see a game live, which occasionally means pretending to be handicapped.

The 2014 World Cup has been amazing, and it's no wonder fans will do anything to experience the game live -- but this is taking it a step too far.

Police in Brazil are investigating a group of fans who are obtaining tickets via the black market and going to extraordinary lengths to hide their tracks. This photo was taken during Brazil's opening match against Croatia when a supposedly wheelchair-bound fan stood and cheered for the home side during its victory.

There have also been reports of children sitting in seats reserved for the elderly and has prompted a widespread investigation of these incidents.

Can't they just try to sneak in malt liquor using a fake stomach or pair of breasts like a normal person?

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