Thousands of fans took to the streets of Philadelphia as they celebrated the Eagles' first ever Super Bowl championship - but the joy quickly descended into mayhem.
Passionate supporters lit fires, flipped a car, smashed shop windows and clambered up traffic poles after their team defeated the New England Patriots 41-33 in dramatic fashion at U.S. Bank Field in Minneapolis.
At one point a hotel awning at the city's Ritz-Carlton collapsed under the weight of fans while the windows at the Macy's near City Hall and a T-Mobile were smashed as celebrations got out of hand.
Police, some on horseback, had earlier been called in as huge crowds descended on the streets. One fan was later seen eating horse excrement as jubilant crowds cheered him on.