With less than 40 days to the start of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, a lot of concerns have been put across as long as the security of those fans that will attend the summer event is concerned.
The FIFA President despite assuring the whole world that the event will be safe for everyone in attendance, there are a lot of worries more so when the fans are being killed even before the 2014 FIFA World Cup kicks off.
On Friday last week, a football fan was killed during the clashes that happened outside a Stadium in Brazil. It is reported that the fan died after he was hit by a toilet bowl that came from the stands, that is according to the local Brazil media.
Globo Esporte which is a news site said that the incident happened after Santa Cruz which is a Recife based club drew 1-1 with the Parana who were visitors in the second division league.
The clashes that happened outside of Arruda stadium that is located in Recife involved fans that were ripping off the toilet bowls and then throwing them to their rivals who were in the streets.
This dead is one of the latest shock as Brazil plans to host the 2014 FIFA World Cup that is just a few days from now.
Brazil has received a lot of setbacks as far as hosting the summer tournament is concerned that include delays in the completion of stadiums, construction accidents and several protest from the locals more so in the hosting cities.
The LOC and FIFA however have insisted on holding a tournament that will be safe and successful. Recently, there were shootouts that involved 2 alleged drug traffickers that affects prominent slums in Rio de Janeiro.
The government of Brazil has taken into consideration of all the security details of those people who will be attending the 2014 FIFA World Cup.