B razil Soccer Fan Has Been Wearing Their Country’s National Colors Every Day the past 20 Years


In the nation full of soccer fanatics, 57-year-old lawyer Nelson Paviotti stands out just like a sore thumb. For the past 20 years, he is worn only yellow, green, glowing blue and white clothing – the particular colors of the Brazilian soccer team. Plus there’s a specific reason for his loud choice in clothes. He had promised to wear their colors if the team won the Soccer World Glass in 1994. They kept their end of the bargain and so did Nelson.

Nelson would go to work each day sporting a banana-yellow jacket, a dark green shirt, yellowish pants, and a bright blue head wear. But he hasn’t just halted at clothes. Nelson has gone radical – his office is embellished with yellow walls, blue and white filing cabinets, and a blue desk (and his screensaver is the team’s logo). The clocks, chairs, mobile phones and stereo are green, yellowish, blue or white and so are the particular folders that contain his clients’ files. The office décor consists of a green-yellow acoustic guitar, a soccer-ball shaped woman’s purse, cups and mugs bearing the particular national coat of arms, and little key chains, flags and posters with the team’s players.

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