Good Samaritans clean cars after vandalism in North Philly

Cars were left spray-painted in North Philadelphia last week after the Eagles' NFC Championship win. Calls from concerned FOX 29 viewers have been pouring in from all over offering to help a young mother whose car ended up tagged the worst.

Joy Wall stood by looking at what's happening to her blue Nissan pretty much the same way she looked a week ago.

"So someone's fun turned into something bad for me?" she said.

That's when Eagles fans celebrating Philadelphia capturing the NFC Championship decided a coating of Eagles green spray-paint on other people's cars was a good idea.

Joe Cleary was so angry hearing this happened to a single mom still in college and working full-time he called our FOX 29 news desk before we even finished the report.

He and Ryan Decresenza went the extra mile--about 50 miles from Bucks County to North Philly to clean Joy's Nissan and any other car spray-painted green near 1500 16th Street.

"It's nice to see that people recognize I'm still in school. I have a daughter and I'm just trying to make it out here and it's hard to go through something like this to give out more money. It's so expensive."

Thanks to Joe and Ryan, her car was clear of green in about one hour.