An ambulance was smashed up and a bus shelter wrecked as delirious celebrations spilled overÂ following Englandâ€™s win over Sweden in the World Cup quarter-final.
Fans jumped up and down on the emergency vehicle while medical staff attended a call in central London, leaving itÂ unroadworthy.
â€śWeâ€™re delighted with the result, but this has put a big dampener on the celebrations for us,â€ť the London Ambulance Service tweeted.
â€śWhile our officer attended a call nearby, this car was damaged in Borough High Street during the celebrations after the game â€“ itâ€™s now off the road to be repaired.â€ť
An England fanÂ dances on a London Ambulance Service response vehicle (Reuters)
Responding to the post, West Midlands Ambulance Service asked: â€śHas true English respect really been forgotten?â€ť It appealed for anyone who know those involved to call police.
Meanwhile, in Clapham, also London, video footage showed a fan, who had scaled a double-decker bus, jumping onto the roof of a shelter â€“ which smashed under his weight. A woman stood underneath appeared hurt as the man crash-landed on top of her.
The vehicle had to be taken out of service for repair work (Reuters)
Another video showed supporters across the city in Stratford invading a branch of Swedish furniture store Ikea and jumping on the beds, before being removed by security guards.
And in Folkestone, two shirtless men were filmed riding on the bonnet of a moving car. Unable to see, the driver nearly crashes into a family crossing the street with their dog.
A spokesman for the London Ambulance Service said the incident in which their vehicle was damaged had been reported to police.
A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said there had been no overall spike in incidents or arrest numbers following the match.
Gareth Southgateâ€™s side will now play Croatia in the tournamentâ€™s semi-final on Wednesday evening.