The Los Angeles Rams thrillingly won Super Bowl 56 so it hardly comes as a surprise that mayhem ensued.

Winning their second Super Bowl title, the first of which came in 1999 when the Rams were still in St. Louis, came at a cost with Los Angeles police trying their best the chaos that happened in the downtown streets of LA.

There were several incidents, one of which happened near 11th and Hope streets. Fans lit fireworks inside a city bus and festooned the outside with graffiti, the Los Angeles Times reported.

In another instance, there were dozens of fans that celebrated in standstill traffic, some even getting on the roof of taxicabs. There was one who even kicked the roof of cabs, just some scenes of the destructive behavior that could be seen from the large crowds in the downtown LA area, Fox reported.

To try and restore some order, police needed to use projectiles to try and disperse the rowdy crowds.

There was even a person who was shot during the Super Bowl celebration. The condition of the victim is unknown as of this writing. The number of arrests made stemming from the unruly behavior of fans has also yet to be known.

The Rams dramatically won Super Bowl 56 at the expense of the Cincinnati Bengals thanks to the defensive gem by Rams left tackle Aaron Donald.

Donald covered Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow very well, spoiling a potential game-winner and securing the Super Bowl victory.

Cooper Kupp was adjudged the Super Bowl 56 MVP. Donald and Matthew Stafford were the other candidates for the individual award.

For the Bengals, it was their third Super Bowl defeat. They lost in 1982 and 1989, ironically against one team – the San Francisco 49ers.

Odell Beckham, Los Angeles Rams
Odell Beckham, Los Angeles Rams Getty Images | Ronald Martinez

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