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The French referee Stephane Lannoy didn't show any red cards to any player in the match between the Netherlands and Denmark.

However, 36 women were expelled from the stadium by the authorities.

This happened because they were wearing orange dresses. These dresses were part of a promotion by Bavaria.

Bavaria is a Colombian beer company, and it isn't an official World Cup sponsor.

"We were forced to climb the stairs, they were pushing us," said one of the girls. After being forced out of the stadium they were held in the FIFA headquarters for three hours and accused of covered publicity, which is illegal in South Africa.

"They said they were going to arrest us and put us in jail for six months," one of the girls said. FIFA assures that the women were South African, and not from the Netherlands, and says nobody was retained.

"Our logo is not on the dress," a Bavaria spokesperson said. "People should be able to wear whatever they want."

This isn't the first time something like this has happenened at a World Cup.

In 2006, Bavaria designed a series of pants and FIFA banned them from stadiums, causing many people to watc...

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