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Weird News Brazil mistakenly publishes robbed tourist's rant

05:55  06 february  2020
05:55  06 february  2020 Source:   msn.com

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A tourist who was robbed while vacationing in Rio de Janeiro posted a disgusted message online only to have Brazil ' s national tourism board post it to its official Instagram account by mistake. "Rio is such a beautiful city," begins the message posted by Instagram user @withlai -- and that is perhaps

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a view of a large body of water with Sugarloaf Mountain in the background: © VANDERLEI ALMEIDA "Rio is such a beautiful city," wrote @withlai on Instagram, but beautiful "is not enough" the tourist added - and described being robbed in the so-called Marvelous City

A tourist who was robbed while vacationing in Rio de Janeiro posted a disgusted message online... only to have Brazil's national tourism board post it to its official Instagram account by mistake.

"Rio is such a beautiful city," begins the message posted by Instagram user @withlai -- and that is perhaps as far as the Brazilian Tourist Board's social media department read before clicking "share."

But the message continues: "Beautiful is not enough."

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Brazil , officially the Federative Republic of Brazil (Portuguese: República Federativa do Brasil , listen ), is the largest country in both South America and Latin America.

Brazilian police have put together security guidelines for visitors traveling to the World Cup next month, including advice to tourists not to scream if robbed . The U. S . Department of State warns that crime such as armed robbery in Brazil is "a major concern — especially in the larger cities" such as Rio de

During a three-day stay in Rio, @withlai wrote, "my family and I were robbed and my nine-year-old sister witnessed a violent robbery. I can't recommend a visit to a city where I felt afraid of even leaving the apartment."

Embratur, as the tourism board is known, shared the message on its own Instagram account Tuesday evening, leaving it up long enough for the gaffe to go viral before deleting the post.

"This message was shared by mistake," Embratur said in a red-faced statement, adding that it was in fact working to "publicize the drop in violent crime (in Brazil) in 2019."

Rio, the port of entry for many of the millions of tourists who visit Brazil each year, is known for the breathtaking beauty of its sun-soaked beaches and emerald mountains, but also its violent crime.

Rio de Janeiro state, of which the city is the capital, registered nearly 4,000 murders and 120,500 muggings last year -- though that was a drop of 19 percent and eight percent, respectively.

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