Wait, what? But AP told us there were no reports of “disturbances” after the Ravens’ Super Bowl win. Once again, Twitter has the news first.
Baltimore police say a group went into 7-11 at Broadway and Lombard and began sacking shelves before mounted patrol chased them out. #ravens
— Justin George (@justingeorge) February 4, 2013
Celebrations in #baltimore turning ugly. Dozens storm a 7-11 with many running out with items. Police on horse trying to disperse the crowds
— Othon Leyva Jr (@OLeyvaJr) February 4, 2013
Twitter users are rightly disgusted.
Good job Baltimore, way to loot a 7-11 after winning the Super Bowl. Idiots
— Andy (@311toIncubus) February 4, 2013
Only in Baltimore will you have people flood the streets and party and in the middle of it rob a 7-11
— Anthony Slaughter (@Ant_Slaughter) February 4, 2013
Dear Citizens of Baltimore, Congrats on the win, but it's not your first, so can you please stop looting the 7-11.
— Kinch O'Kelley (@kinchokelley) February 4, 2013
Meanwhile in Baltimore, Ravens fans are celebrating their victory by trying to tip cars over. Lovely.
— Lindsey Jones (@Laj93) February 4, 2013
Ravens fans were seen in Sky Eye Chopper 13 trying to tip over a car in Federal Hill. Mayor Rawlings-Blake is asking all fans to behave
— Kevin (@kevinpost) February 4, 2013
Stay classy, indeed.