A massive food fight broke out in a Philadelphia gas station Sunday right after the Eagles beat the New England Patriots to take home the win at Super Bowl LII.
Just after the Eagles’ 41-33 victory at Minnesota’s U.S. Bank Stadium, Eagles fans took to the streets in Philadelphia to celebrate their team’s big win. But, as all too many were wont to do, things turned violent across the city, and the mayhem was caught on video at a gas station located at 802 South Broad Street near the city’s Hawthorne neighborhood.
Several videos of the incident show customers going crazy inside the convenience store throwing products, stealing things, and pushing and shoving each other.
Store clerks later told the media that the interior of the shop was trashed and most of the products were either stolen or ruined.
A police report described the chaos which began just after midnight on February 5.
“While inside [the gas station] the suspects began taking items from the shelves then began throwing food items and soft drinks on the floor and walls causing a hole in the back wall of the business,” the report said.
The incident at the Philly gas station was hardly the only place unruly Eagles fans created chaos.
All across the city fans started fires, destroyed property, got in drunken fights, and generally raised Cain. Several arrests were made.
One fan was even caught on video eating horse dung as the crowd surrounding him laughed and egged him on.
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