Don't piss off any Argentinians. They'll burn you!
On Thursday, several furious Argentinians set fire to a train in the suburbs of Buenos Aires.
They were upset over the delays they were facing during the morning rush hour.
Images were caught on TV showing flames and black smoke covering the train.
Gustavo Gago, a rep for rail company TBA, said, "We understand that people get angry when the service is delayed or canceled, but they absolutely can't attack a public service in this way."
And nearby at Castelar, passengers were caught throwing stones at the ticket office and blocking the rails.
According to several passengers, the delays, which were caused by a broken down train, cost them a full day of work.
And this isn't the first time violence has broken out.
Just last year commuters also burned a carriage at a main station.
Riots also occurred at another main railway station when some passengers and cops clashed. That incident caused a dozen of arrests and injuries.
We'd LOVE to go to Argentina since we hear it's beautiful, but hopefully if we go there won't be any violence on the streets.
At least we'll make a mental note to avoid public transportation.