Giants fans took to the streets of San Francisco on Wednesday night after the team won the 2014 World Series. While many celebrated the achievement, some took it a little too far, lighting fires and smashing windows.
There were multiple arrests, and at least two people suffered non-life-threatening injuries after being shot, according to KTVU.
Streets were shut down as fans spilled out into the night. Many threw toilet paper and other stuff into the air, decorating the overhead electric wires used to power the city's Muni public transportation:
Muni shut down shortly after the victory as rowdy fans broke windows and climbed onto the vehicles.
Some of the fan activity seemed particularly ill-advised. In this video, you can hear someone warning of the potential for live wires:
A few fans set bonfires:
Old furniture was a popular target:
Then, the police moved in to restore order:
But they didn't receive a warm welcome:
And the fires were put out:
Less-destructive fans just celebrated the World Series win. Some formed a brass band and began marching:
Even longtime Giant Barry Bonds turned up to party with the fans:
Bonds also posted a short video taken from his vehicle:
And one of the city's newest residents also joined the celebration: