Watch Mexico fans help themselves to unattended beer at World Cup match

Brooks Peck
Dirty Tackle

Protests against FIFA have been raging throughout Brazil during the World Cup, but the most successful of them all might have taken place in Natal during Mexico's 1-0 win over Cameroon. A group of Mexico fans found an unattended beer stand in the stadium and decided to help themselves to all the free beer they could carry.

Through their deal with FIFA, only Budweiser and Brahma are offered at World Cup matches (for $5.81 and $4.47, respectively) and "take what you can carry" is probably the most appropriate price point for both of them. Clearly these men are the Robin Hoods of the World Cup — taking from the sponsors that profit from FIFA's awfulness and then pouring it into their mouths to celebrate a win.

Video via Globo

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