- Fans celebrating the Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl win have been posting about the need to hide batteries.
- Duracell even got in on the action and released a cryptic video saying that "batteries hold a sacred place in the history of Philly fans."
- It turns out Philly sports fans actually threw batteries onto a sports field in 1999.
- Since then, throwing batteries has become somewhat of an urban legend amongst diehard Philly fans.
The Philadelphia Eagles won Super Bowl LII and fans are very excited.
Many took to social media to celebrate the win, but amid some of the more standard congratulatory posts were a number of tweets telling users in the area to hide their batteries.
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