Eagles fans leave son in car while watching Super Bowl in bar

Two over-excited Eagles fans celebrated the dramatic Super Bowl victory behind bars after leaving their son in a car while they watched the game in a bar, according to authorities.

Kristal Valenti referred to Sunday night's NFL title game as "a very big event" as she tried to fist-bump a Florida deputy while laughing, according to court records obtained by the Daily News.

Valenti told police officers and deputies in Flagler County that she reassured her son she would be right inside the Beer House in Bunnell if he needed anything, and that "she was doing this because it was the Super Bowl and she really wanted the Eagles to win," according to court records.

She and her husband Robert both got their wish: the Eagles scored 41-33 to win their first Super Bowl. They both were also arrested Sunday and charged with child neglect.

An anonymous caller had called authorities to say that the child had been left unattended in a truck outside a bar. The child would be found wandering in front of the Beer House "unattended and unsupervised."

In addition, employees of the bar told authorities they became concerned about the safety of the child. The boy was seen running towards a nearby highway at one point.

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When told by authorities that the child was seen wandering around by himself, Kristal Valenti avoided the question, saying she did not know what happened and adding, "that's not abuse."

Valenti was uncooperative and claimed an officer "was targeting her and was being unfair to her," according to authorities. Deputies said they could smell the alcohol on her breath.

She said it was "ridiculous" that her child was not allowed inside the bar.

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN - FEBRUARY 04: Nick Foles #9 of the Philadelphia Eagles celebrates with his daughter Lily Foles after his 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII at U.S. Bank Stadium on February 4, 2018 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Philadelphia Eagles defeated the New England Patriots 41-33. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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