Update: 1:27 a.m.
For the second year in a row, the Pittsburgh Penguins are bringing home the Stanley Cup — turning E. Carson Street into a wall-to-wall celebration as soon as the game ended.
New to the party this year: A catfish toss. The “rules”: Throw it back and forth across East Carson. Cheer when it hits the ground.
Don’t believe us? Here’s video.
And a close up.
Of course, the catfish eventually became … catfish pieces. And a woman on someone’s shoulders … put a piece in her mouth.
Anyways! City officials warned that the revelry would only be tolerated for 90 minutes.
But until then, there was a lot of cup raising in the South Side.
Because tonight, we’re all this guy.