Thirty-five people were arrested during last night's World Series celebrations out in the streets of San Francisco, but not before one innocent bystander was injured: a Muni 9-San Bruno 8x-Bayshore bus that went up in flames on Market Street.

Below, video of the burning bus and a few more shots of the carnage.

[Heads up: audio contains loud, persistant car horns and F-bombs.]

Another shot of the torched Muni coach has been making the rounds on both Twitter and Instagram:


Related: We've also heard several reports that a fire engine left idling by SFFD firefighters was stolen by a (possibly drunken) reveler. With a lot of misinformation going around on twitter last night and this morning, we can't immediately confirm the story. We will most certainly be updating once we can.

Update: Muni spokesman Paul Rose tells SFAppeal that the burned-out bus had just been revamped and was worth a cool $700,000. Ouch.

As for the story of the stolen SFFD fire engine, there appears to be no truth to those twitter rumors at this point.

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