Typically speaking, sports fans engage in joyous rioting such as flipping cars after their team wins the championship. However, Philadelphia Eagles fans wasted no time in damaging property in their own city ahead of the Super Bowl.
Before even one snap of Super Bowl 57, Eagles fans were getting rowdy. Roughly 30 minutes before the kickoff of Super Bowl LVII at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, Eagles fans were caught on video tipping over a car.
Video shows disorderly Eagles fans tipping over a vehicle at Temple University in preparation for the Super Bowl game against the Kansas City Chiefs. After the car was flipped on its roof, the Eagles fans danced and cheered. Fans then climbed on top of the toppled car and high-fived each other in celebration.
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