Watch ‘bomb cyclone’ blow porta potties across NFL parking lot in California

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Sunday’s NFL action was an unmanageable tire fire for fans of a few teams, namely the Chiefs and Ravens, but it was a different sort of horrific for those hunkered down in Levi Stadium, trapped in the middle of a downpour.

As the Indianapolis Colts pounded the 49ers, 30-18, in Sunday night’s game, the nasty storm caused even more problems off the field.

“Might want to hold it until you get inside,” Daniel Murphy joked on Twitter, posting a video of a trio of portable toilets making their way across a parking lot at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara.

According to the Sacramento Bee, the rainstorm that licked the Northern California area was the heaviest in years. Along with flood warnings and mudslide alerts, thousands lost electricity. The storm helped make it the area’s second-wettest October on record — with a week left to go, NWS Bay Area reported.

NFL fans took to twitter to make light of the video, especially disgruntled 49ers fans.

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