Brazil Football Confederation Brazil lost against Croatia in the World Cup of Qatar 2022 quarterfinals was one of the biggest upsets of the competition thus far.
Brazil Football Confederation has received a million-reais lawsuit for animal abuse
The Brazilian National Team‘s press officer mistreated a cat, an animal with strong symbolism in the Islamic religion due to its proximity to Muhammad, who was later adopted and baptized as “Hexa,” in relation to the failed sixth world title of Scratch, but many superstitious people around the world maintain that the fall took place several days ago.
A cat climbed onto the desk during Vinicius’ press conference. Vinicius Rodrigues, a Brazilian press officer, took up the cat by the back and flung it aside while the footballer and some audience members quietly chuckled.
Cats are very prevalent in Doha, where the World Cup is being held, and they play a significant role in the Middle East. Because of this, any abuse of a cat is met with divine retribution. Brazil was eliminated in the next game against Croatia, whether you believe it or not.
A group of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and the National Forum for Animal Protection and Defense of Brazil brought a lawsuit against the Brazilian Football Confederation (CFB) for one million reais, or $200,000, and demanded a public apology as well as training in environmental and animal care for all of the federation’s employees.
Because of this, people in Brazil wanted to adopt the cat in order to dispel the unsavory image that the case had spread over the world. The resolve also has an abstract goal at heart: to avoid any supernatural calamity surrounding the six-time winner. In that regard, the Brazilian players referred to it as “Hexa.”
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