The postcard was bleak
The postcard was bleak
: around 200 people, the vast majority of parents with their children crying or outraged, trying to understand why those tickets that were the ticket to absolute happiness were bouncing.
The sequence happened at the corner of Avenida Udaondo and Avenida Figueroa Alcorta.
The group could not get around the last of the controls because the turnstile indicated that the entry was invalid.
Those 200 people who were waiting for some answers are from Tandil.
They bought the ticket with the River branch of the Buenos Aires city;
they paid around 70,000 pesos per person.
The trip -they left at 6 in the morning- came with the ticket for the Sivori Alta.
"The boy who sold them came on one of the buses, so we understand that he is also a victim of the scam,"
the unfortunate told
It is true that several policemen and people from the AFA came to the place to try to solve the problem.
Or to explain.
The reality is that the entries were trout and the AFA official showed them one by one.
The tickets had no watermark (the man showed them by activating a laser) and they faded when he ran his fingernail over it.
To prove it, he performed the same move with a legal tackle.
Of course, those from Tandil were not the only ones: two other buses from Mendoza and one remaining from Entre Ríos suffered the same fate: all the travelers had false tickets.
On Avenida Udaondo, a few meters from the Monument, tax officials received complaints of false entries and cell phone thefts.
"We understand that there are many trout entries," they told Clarín.
The first postcard of the day had already given away an advertisement: a family made up of a father, mother and two children had the illusion of being the first to enter the stadium.
But the pinwheel told them no.
Jealous controls on income.
Photo: Juano Tesone
At least until 6:00 p.m., there had been no major incidents, beyond the cries of those affected.
The security operation is zealous: 20 blocks from the stadium, police officers could already be seen at each of the corners.
Thus, the rags and ticket resellers did not appear.
Some people who were trying to sell National Team shirts, hats and flags were also delayed.
It is worth remembering that the Ministry of Justice and Security of the City of Buenos Aires, the Buenos Aires Ministry of Security and the staff of the Argentine Football Association worked to put together, according to his words, an unprecedented operation, with 1,600 police officers and 1,000 police officers. Private security.
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