Baseball fans took to the streets of downtown Los Angeles to celebrate the Dodgers World Series win, but the celebration eventually turned into looting and chaos.
On Tuesday night, fans took to the streets after the Los Angeles Dodgers took home their first World Series victory since 1988.
However, the celebration took a terrifying turn for one truck driver who found himself surrounded by fans who began looting his truck.
The truck was looted around 11 p.m at the intersection of Grand Avenue and Olympic Boulevard, according to local news outlet NBC 7.
In video shared to social media, you can see multiple people sitting and standing on the truck and trailer as others throw items from the trailer. Others can be seen spray painting the trailer.
No injuries were immediately reported.
At least eight people were arrested amid the looting and vandalism.
There were also reports of people looting a shoe store and vandalizing buildings. The Los Angeles Police Department eventually declared an unlawful assembly early Wednesday morning.
An Unlawful Assembly has been declared and a Dispersal Order has been given in the Downtown L.A. area of 8th to Pico & Broadway to Figueroa. The area has been closed.
— LAPD HQ (@LAPDHQ) October 28, 2020