Some fans appealed for diapers to not run the risk of losing their precious place on the grid of Justin Bieber’s show at Rock in Rio this Sunday (4).
Clara Modanez, a 20-year-old advertising student, was one of the diaper-clad fans at the front of the stage.
“It was the first time I wore a diaper in a show like this. I saw the crowd saying I was going to use it and I decided too, because I don’t want to miss the grid at all. So I got this diaper from my grandma and she doesn’t even know it, poor thing.”
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She says she hadn’t peed in her diaper until before the show: “I’m holding on, it’s only going to be a last resort. I’m drinking very little water,” Clara said.
“I arrived at Cidade do Rock at 5:30 am and I’m giving my life to stay on the grid, because I’m very short, so the crowd was humble and passed me on. Then I managed to get there”, she says.
Law student Natália Muniz, 24, was another one who was waiting for the singer to take the stage in front of the railing wearing a diaper. She bought the Rock in Rio Club, which gives the right to enter 30 minutes before the rest of the public, but even so she decided not to risk it.
In addition to diapers, fans in the crate reported more strategies to avoid going to the bathroom and missing the crate.
Veterinary student Luisa, 20, a veterinary student, arrived at 2 am and went straight to the Mundo Stage. ”
I hardly drank water, I drank it from sip to sip, I ate only once, just to keep the pressure off. I haven’t had to pee yet, but I brought a towelie to turn pee into gel if I need to,” she says, showing the product.
Others decided to take medicine to hold the intestines, as a precaution. That was the case of friends Emanuelle, 18 years old, and Marcus Vinícius, 24 years old. They arrived at 7 am in the City of Rock. “We’ve only had a little water, but we’re holding back to pee so far,” he says.
Luisa, a veterinary student and a fan of Justin Bieber, took a towelette to turn pee into gel — Photo: g1