The Boston Red Sox clinched the 2013 World Series on Wednesday night with a Game Six victory over the St, Louis Cardinals at Fenway Park. After the team celebrated on the field, thousands of fans took to the streets to revel in championship.

Unsurprisingly, some fans took the celebration too far. As people filled the streets of Boston, moving vehicles were forced to become a part of the festivities. Videos posted online show fans jumping on top of cars, not allowing them to move. Other parked cars were damaged and overturned. The conduct of the fans led to several arrests.

“Total of 9 people arrested for unruly behavior #GoHome #CelebrateResponsibly,” tweeted the official Twitter account of the Boston Police Department at 1:38 a.m. ET.

Television news crews ventured out to interview fans who were rejoicing over the win. That turned out to be a mistake for Channel 7 in Boston, who interviewed a fan that dropped an F-bomb on live TV.