Super Bowl mob commandeers bus in LA, wrecks it with graffiti, terrorizes motorists

Los Angeles Rams fans rioted to celebrate the Super Bowl victory over the Cincinnati Bengals late Sunday night, going so far as to vandalize a city bus filled with passengers.

In what has become an expected trend following a home sporting team’s championship victory, some Los Angeles fans took it upon themselves to block traffic on Grand Avenue in downtown L.A., the Daily Mail reported.

Fireworks can be heard going off in the background as a videographer cautions that the graffiti-covered bus is being lit on fire.

In this alternate angle of the scene, a man can be heard describing gasoline being poured on the bus. The Los Angeles Police Department had to be called in to issue a disbursement order as the situation continued to escalate.

Responding to the footage with a screen capture of the live-streamed destruction of the bus, one person asked a fairly obvious question.

Some of the graffiti found on the bus was LA’s team colors of blue, yellow, and white. The vandals painted the team’s name on the windows and windshield along with expletives and unidentified symbols.

And in one interior view of the bus after passengers had been let off by the assembly, a man was filmed clouded by smoke.

All the rioters around the bus were not in solidarity however as a Bengals fan was also in attendance. Words were exchanged before the fan walked away followed by the heckles of the Rams fans.

These scenes are reminiscent of events that have taken place after other championships. Notably, when the Philadelphia Eagles won their first-ever Super Bowl Championship in 2018; the riots lead to the destruction of an awning at the Philadelphia Ritz-Carlton.

Fires were lit around the city following that victory, but the police had prepared in advance for the likelihood of such an aggressive demonstration of fan loyalty.

Though the LAPD was able to disburse the crowd and bring order to the scene, the bus was left in shambles. With the engine still running, broken windows, and a new paint job, someone took the extra step to change the digital display on the bus to read, “GO RAMS!”



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