By Benjamin Parkin, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A man was arrested in Rio de Janeiro for selling World Cup tickets above the value set by FIFA. The Argentinean national was selling eight tickets to see Argentina vs. Bosnia on June 15th for R$1,300 each, and Chile vs. Spain on June 18th for R$1,200, both taking place Rio. The value set by FIFA is between R$30 and R$350, and it is a crime to sell them for above the value printed on the ticket.

He was caught in the act on Avenida . . .

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