Water pipe bursts in World Cup stadium, creates a waterfall in the media center

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With the threat of invading Chileans now under control within the media centers of Brazil's World Cup stadiums, a new menace has emerged: falling water.

The media center at the Estadio das Dunas stadium in Natal, where the U.S. played Ghana and Mexico played Cameroon, developed the surprise added feature of a waterfall right in the middle of the room when a water pipe burst in the stadium. According to Globo, the incident startled the few journalists who were in the room at the time and soaked the carpet.

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The next match at the stadium will be Italy v Uruguay on Tuesday. And it might smell a little mildewy.

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