Tourists score knockout photo of Sylvester Stallone atop ‘Rocky Steps’

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PHILADELPHIA — A group of tourists got the photo of a lifetime over the weekend following a run up the “Rocky Steps.”

According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Pete Rowe and two college friends were out sightseeing and had just finished taking a run up the famous steps in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

At the top, as they celebrated the moment, a voice from behind them said, “You guys got up here pretty fast. You’re making me look bad.”

When the group turned around, they saw Rocky himself, Sylvester Stallone, who just happened to be out with some family members.

Stallone was in town to film what with be the seventh Rocky movie, which will be called “Creed.”

The group snapped a selfie with Stallone and the photo quickly went viral.

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