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Fact or fiction: Super Bowl urban legends

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

Chances are you've heard at least one of them - the weird urban legends that surround the Super Bowl. But which are true? Good Day Chicago separates fact from fiction.

These are Super Bowl myths and legends that we've heard growing up, like how Super Bowl weekend the perfect time to go to Disneyland or going to the bathroom at halftime may cause a city water main to burst.

But are these things really true?

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