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Saints fan spit on by Philly fan after Eagles lose game

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Earlier today said that Eagles fans were "much friendlier than expected" at the NFC wild-card playoff game at Lincoln Financial Field. There were no thrown batteries, snowballs or empty liquor bottles at the Saints players, coaches or fans in town for the game. However, a video posted to You Tube on Jan. 5, 2014, shows one Philly fan protecting their hard earned reputation when he spits in the face of a Saints fan.

See the video Nicholas Scelfo took at the game. Be warned the video does contain profanity.

New Orleans Saints fan, Nick Scelfo was at the game and surrounded by Philly fans as he recorded the field goal that ended the season for the Philadelphia Eagles. Nick Scelfo continued to record as he celebrated screaming, "Let's go to Seattle!" and "Who Dat!"

As Philly fans started to leave, many didn't even give Scelfo a second glance and then there was the one, who is the epitome of classless. The man can be heard mumbling at first and Scelfo asked him what he said.

"I'm gonna spit in your face," the fan told Scelfo and that is exactly what he did. Scelfo responded with, "Ohhhhh, ***** a**, lets go" and the camera cut off.

Nick Scelfo posted on his Twitter account that he and the Eagles fan did end up fighting, before police showed up. He said he showed the video to the police and "got out of it."

Nick Scelfo is a tight end at Nicholls State University.



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