The 2016 Olympic Games are set to begin on August 5 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil—a country besieged with a deadly virus, an economic crisis, an environmental disaster, and an exceptionally brutal police force. Maybe this wasn't the right choice of venue. Here are five ways that the current state of Brazil seems more like a horror movie than a site suitable for a crowd-filled international sports competition.

1. Animals were definitely harmed.

A yellow jaguar named Ginga is the mascot for Team Brazil, so somebody had the not-so-bright idea of bringing a jaguar to the Olympic torch ceremony in Manaus, Brazil. Sadly, that jaguar is no more. The jaguar was on a chain leash, but was reportedly shot by a soldier when it approached him. The organizing committee told Reuters, "We made a mistake in permitting the Olympic torch, a symbol of peace and unity, to be exhibited alongside a chained wild animal. This image goes against our beliefs and our values. We guarantee that there will be no more such incidents at Rio 2016." That doesn't sound too difficult, guys: just don't bring any more jaguars to the Olympics unless they're actually competing.