Brazil kick off the 2014 World Cup on June 12 in Sao Paulo with a match against Croatia and whilst the eyes of the world are on the South American country, everyone at home is far from keen.
The protests and anger that scarred the Confederations Cup last summer is still very fresh in the memory.
And, these have continued in the build up to the 2014 World Cup.
The likes of Eric Cantona and Romario have been vociferous in discussing how Brazil should not have spent so much money on stadiums when schools and hospitals needed improvements and large amounts of spending.
With so many impoverished people in Brazil it is a wonder that tax payers money is being used so lavishly, especially when FIFA have reserves of around 1.4 billion dollars.
So, the graffiti above and below has to be expected and it would be no surprise if were to see plenty more in the coming weeks.