San Franciscan Reacts Appropriately, Runs Over Rioters in Car

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We expected Giants fans to take to the streets and riot after the big World Series win last night. We never, however, expected them to get run over in the process. Warning, this video is graphic, depressing, and wholly unsafe for consumption at your place of business:

At about 11:49pm I started filming this "celebration" bon-fire (And other random acts of civil disobedience) in the middle of the intersection when (at the 2:05 mark) suddenly I heard screaming and the sound of people's bodies being hit by metal as the engine of a car roars.

I turned around just in time to see headlights and a fender speeding right towards me, I moved quickly then watched in horror as it drove straight through the crowd of people striking many of them and dragging some right through the fire itself! At least two were taken to the hospital that I'm aware of, I just barely missed being hit myself.

Then before the car even stops, the crowd goes completely ape shit on it and the driver, smashing them up until a wave of cops storm down Mission St. and shut down the entire intersection.

If he was smart, he would have used Foursquare to avoid areas where rioters were gathering. And, you know, not have run people over. This is shitty

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I bet all of these people are originally from Philly, home of the only bad sportsfans on the planet.

Someone please buy Panick a beer, he's been ever-so-sour for weeks now.

More like we should take those sour-grapes he's been indulging in and make him a nice bottle of sour grape wine.

And we were having such peaceful riots.

Goes to show that stupidity is universal.
Only shots I had to avoid were errant Jaeger's flying around the bar.

How do we know this is San Francisco? This could easily be Detroit on a Monday night.

Colonel, I was born in Detroit. There's too many white people for it to be Detroit.

I feel really bad for people who were just minding their own business; standing in the middle of an intersection burning stuff and blocking traffic.

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