Sao Paulo subway workers ignored a court ruling Sunday and extended a strike threatening to cause traffic mayhem at the World Cup's opening game in Brazil's biggest city.
The subway staff's union voted to press on with the strike hours after a labor court ruled it was illegal and imposed a $222,000 fine for every day they fail to work.
The strike has already caused massive traffic jams in the business hub of 20 million people as the city's new stadium prepares to welcome more than 60,000 fans for Thursday's Brazil-Croatia game.
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