A group of men— wearing Philadelphia Flyers jerseys—beat up an off-duty cop— who was dressed in New York Rangers gear— outside a famous Philly cheesesteak shop after the "Winter Classic" on Monday.
The three Philly goons were videotaped sucker-punching the Woodbridge, N.J. police officer and attacking another man, then pummeling both of them after they fell to the ground outside Geno's steaks.
Then one of the the knucklehead Philly fans had the gall to boast about the disturbing beat-down on Facebook, according to police. Philadelphia cops are now questioning Edward Neary— the man who reportedly posted about his cowardly act on the Facebook page of the Broad Street Hockey blog.
"It was me and my friends, do something something about it," Neary boasted in the comments section which showed a video of the fight.
Neary's post had a homophobic slur followed by this moronic statement: "How dumb do I look knocking someone out pretty sure they look dumb eatin concrete," according to reports.
Later, Neary backed off his boast and blamed three friends for the attack.
The video shows the cop, Neal Auricchio Jr., 30, being blind-sided and ganged up by a group of men clad in Flyers jerseys after some trash talking.
The attack happened shortly after the NHL's showcase hockey game between the Rangers and Flyers on Monday afternoon at Citizens Bank Park.
The Rangers won 3-2.
Auricchio is a former US Marine who earned a Purple Heart. He was hospitalized for a concussion and received stitches to close his wounds.
No arrests have been made.