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Eh, how do you know he's blind?



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Eh, how do you know he's blind?


The three dots armband identifies blind people in public events
or on the street; it is an international symbol. AND he is the on-

ly fan not facing the stage!



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… it is an international symbol…

 

… as the white cane is!



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The three dots armband identifies blind people in public events
or on the street; it is an international symbol. AND he is the on-

ly fan not facing the stage!

 

I suspected that armband had something to do with it but I honestly never saw this.
The white cane on the other hand, that I know.



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The armband is more common in Austria and the neighbouring countries than in the rest of the world.