Rio de Janeiro: Brazilian police protesting unpaid salaries and officers deaths shocked travelers arriving at Rio de Janeiro's main airport on Monday with banners reading "Welcome to Hell" a month before the Olympics.
Cops and firemen protest against delayed salaries at Rio airport
The protest by more than 100 emergency services workers, including firefighters, took place in the arrival hall at Galeao International Airport, which will be a key entry point for the expected half-million tourists to the Games starting August 5. Officers held up a banner reading: "Welcome to hell. Police and firefighters don't get paid, whoever comes to Rio will not be safe."
Mannequins dressed in uniform were laid out on the floor to represent the more than 50 officers killed in Rio so far this year.
20 Oscar facts: Interesting trivia about the Academy Awards
Photos: Alia Bhatt, Sunny Deol at an event in Mumbai
Photos: Akshay Kumar, Taapsee Pannu promote 'Naam Shabana'
Flashback: When sexy models sizzled in bikinis at Tokyo fashion show
Photos: These Indian cities top the list in online purchase of sex products