In this Dec. 8, 2012 photo, a trafficker, left, holds a riffle as he dances with women at a funk "baile" in a slum in western Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Huge funk “bailes,” or parties, go on past dawn, packed with shirtless young men who can be heavily armed drug dealers, in slums far from police control. Women wear barely there spandex getups and dramatize sexually explicit lyrics with hard-core, full-contact antics that would make an American stripper blush. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

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In this Dec. 8, 2012 photo, a trafficker, left, holds a riffle as he dances with women at a funk "baile" in a slum in western Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Huge funk “bailes,” or parties, go on past dawn, packed with shirtless young men who can be heavily armed drug dealers, in slums far from police control. Women wear barely there spandex getups and dramatize sexually explicit lyrics with hard-core, full-contact antics that would make an American stripper blush. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
In this Dec. 8, 2012 photo, a trafficker, left, holds a riffle as he dances with women at a funk "baile" in a slum in western Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Huge funk “bailes,” or parties, go on past dawn, packed with shirtless young men who can be heavily armed drug dealers, in slums far from police control. Women wear barely there spandex getups and dramatize sexually explicit lyrics with hard-core, full-contact antics that would make an American stripper blush. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
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