Japanese World Cup Fans Spotted Cleaning Up Stadium Bleachers After Game

Japanese World Cup Fans Spotted Cleaning Up Stadium Bleachers After Game
Japanese World Cup Fans Spotted Cleaning Up Stadium Bleachers After Game

Japan may have lost its World Cup opener 2-1 to Ivory Coast, but that didn’t stop Japanese fans from cleaning the stadium before they left.

Photos from the Bleacher Report show fans picking up trash very thoroughly above and below the bleachers.

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In contrast, Mexicans found unattended alcohol during Mexico’s match against Cameroon on June 13. In a YouTube video, viewers watch scores of Mexican fans steal armloads of beer before returning to their seats to lustily cheer Mexico on to victory.

Moral of the story: when it comes to etiquette, the Japanese got class, but the Mexicans got sass. It would behoove our friends south of the border to learn some manners.

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