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Think the traffic in Singapore is bad and hate it even more in bad weather? Wait till you hear about this jam in Brazil.
Rádio BandNews FM posted a Facebook photo showing a nightmarish traffic congestion in Sao Paulo, Brazil on Feb 2.
According to the post, the huge jam at the intersection of Avenue Faria Lima with Avenue Juscelino Kubitschek was caused by a traffic light that had broken down due to a storm.
It added, "Because of the rain yesterday, at least 10 trees fell, streams overflowed and 17 points of flooding have been recorded, according to the fire department."
Many netizens said that the broken light was not to blame and faulted the drivers as well as their lack of 'education' for the disorder.