While Giants fans were miserable after the 27-0 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles (a game which also saw Victor Cruz suffer a knee injury), Eagles fans were obviously much happier. So exultant, in fact, that one fan allegedly ran off with another fan's prosthetic leg.

Philadelphia musician Sonny Forriest Jr., a Vietnam veteran, spoke to NBC Philadelphia about the bizarre incident. He said "he was singing in the parking lot around 8:30 p.m. when the theft took place. Forriest Jr., who began using a motorized wheelchair after losing his leg, said he had taken off his prosthetic leg during his performance. He was packing up his car to get going when a group of people danced around him." He said, "There were some friends who were partying with the leg, then they put it back."

But then, he said a woman in her 20s wearing Eagles clothing "jumped in my lap. She gripped my leg and I didn’t even know it. I looked down and she took my leg! Then she disappeared! A young lady came up, snatched my leg off my chair and took off!”

Forriest told WPVI, "She said, 'I will pay you for it.' I said, 'That's all right, baby, go ahead and have a good time.'"

Forriest filed a police report and, around midnight, the leg was found by a SEPTA train conductor on the Broad Street Line.

Police believe the woman was intoxicated and that two other women helped her commit the dastardly deed (which is still not as bad as the Phillies fan who intentionally puked on a child). The veteran got his leg back and doesn't think the woman needs to be charged "but [thinks] someone should talk to her about her actions."