ENGLAND — After England made it to their first semi finals in 28 years by beating Sweden 2:0[b] at the World Cup, their supporters were over the moon as they celebrated the historic occasion.
The win was watched by nearly 20 million people, the BBC reported.
In celebration, rowdy and passionate England fans reportedly jumped on an ambulance and danced on the vehicle in London. Meanwhile, a taxi suffered a similar fate in Nottingham.
Luckily, a supporters' club managed to raise enough fund to help repair the London ambulance.
Even Ikea, the Swedish furniture retailer, couldn't escape being a target of Three Lions' fans.
One man was seen climbing up a lamp post near London Bridge station while being egged by fans. Smoke bombs were also reportedly set off inside pubs.
According to Devon and Cornwall Police, there were double the number of police reports than what they received on New Year's Eve. Lancashire and West Midlands Police received their highest-ever number of police calls over a 24-hour time period.
England will next be playing against Croatia, one of their international rivals, on Thursday.