Watch Video Footage: Eagles fans chant ‘f— the Chiefs,’ climb poles after team’s narrow Super Bowl LVII loss

Most would agree Philadelphia Falcons fans were annoyed with how Super Bowl LVII unfurled on Sunday night as they saw their group lose 38-35 to the Kansas City Bosses.

Patrick Mahomes’ scramble on the Bosses’ last drive got the group in field-objective reach yet it was a late holding punishment on Falcons cornerback James Bradberry that drew the group even nearer. Harrison Butker would kick the go on field objective to assist the Bosses with dominating the match.

Police made multiple arrests since 10.30 pm local time as citizens were seen climbing lampposts and chanting “F*** the Chiefs” and hurling glass bottles throughout the city’s Downtown neighborhood.

Videos making the rounds on social media showed several residents setting off fireworks while others egged on armed SWAT teams that had been stationed to maintain law and order.

A viral clip showed a group of people lighting fireworks, with some reports indicating the explosives were thrown at officers.

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Police used tear gas and smoke bombs to deter any further chaos following a crushing defeat that was highlighted by game-changing penalties.

According to the Daily Mail, the loss was compounded after the city’s baseball team, the Phillies, crashed out of the World Series just a couple of months ago.

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Thousands of people were seen in clips chanting brazen profanities and rushing officers in some cases. Other snippets circulating on social media showed officers making arrests.

According to the Mail, police scanners along with videos from the scenes suggested multiple officers had been assaulted amid the collective outpouring of frustration.

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