NFL fan rages and smashes TV after Philadelphia Eagles lose Super Bowl
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A Philadelphia Eagles fan has been caught absolutely raging in the wake of his side’s devastating loss at Super Bowl LVII.
The Eagles fell to a three-point field goal in the final moments of the game, leading to 38-35 win for the Kansas City Chiefs.
It was a tight game with a lot on the line, and clearly, for some fans, the loss was too much to take.
A video is doing the rounds online that shows one fan seething as Harrison Butker scored the game-winning field goal in the final seconds of the game.
As Chiefs fans can be heard celebrating on the television, the same can’t be said for the fan in the video.
And the poor TV copped it.
The YouTuber and comedian hurled himself in front of the TV, throwing punches and cracking the screen almost instantly.
The Eagles supporter continued to throw his jacket, swinging it to the ground as his friends attempted to hold him back.
One friend is overheard yelling: “It’s just a game.”
At one point the Philadelphia fan can be heard yelling ‘I got too much money on this game’.
The dude absolutely loses his mind.
The video has left many shocked, as one person wrote: “Dudes a grown man and we still acting like this is so cool. Way to go Disney/ESPN.”
Another said: “At that point… packing up my wings and spinach dip, and I’m sliding out.”
While another shared: “Don’t bet money you can’t afford to lose. He dressed like he had money to lose though. I guess he has to sell that outfit.”
Although many of the viewers have seemingly cracked the case that this scene may have been intentionally staged.
It was revealed that the man in the video was a comedian and Streamy Awards nominee FunnyMike, as per TMZ.
One person commented: “$299 for a chance to go viral. Seems good actually. The acting has to be better. The tv has to be mounted. And the script gotta be wittier.”
Another said: “Anything for likes smh.”
A third wrote: “He did that for views lol cowboys fan did that out of anger.”
The clip has been viewed 3.4 million times, has received half a million likes and 26,000 comments, so it's definitely a viral clip.
FunnyMike has his own YouTube channel, where he frequently films funny sketches and pranks.
Featured Image Credit: @funnymike/Instagram.
Topics: NFL, US Sports, American Football