Footage recorded during the August 21 game between Oakland Athletics and Seattle Mariners at RingCentral Coliseum in California has been shared online seemingly showed a couple engaged in a sex act with the woman’s head bobbing up and down near the man’s crotch.
The clip, which was filmed by someone on the opposite side of the stadium, shows a largely empty ballpark, while the couple carry on as though they’re not in public.
Oakland Police have now shared an image of a couple they want to speak to in connection with the incident, but say as yet their identities are not known.
OPD Public Information Officer Candace Keas said in a statement: "The Oakland Police Department was not alerted to this incident until after the game and we were advised that A's staff/cameras did not capture video of this during the game.
"We have initiated an investigation. However, the parties have not been identified and no one has been cited/arrested at this time. "The violation is 647(a) PC. Lewd acts in public."
If any two people are charged and convicted in the case, they could be facing up to six months in jail and/or a fine of up to $1,000.
After the footage went viral, fellow baseball fans visited the stadium carrying cheeky signs relating to the clip.
In images shared on social media, one visitor can be seen holding a home-made sign reading: “Keep your head in the game,” and “Play Balls.”
Somewhat bizarrely, the couple at RingCentral Coliseum are not the only baseball fans who felt frisky during a recent game.
Cops in Toronto had to kick two fans out of a Blue Jays game at the Rogers Centre earlier this week after they were spotted going at it in the stands.
A clip shared by blog TO showed a couple seemingly engaged in a sex act before being approached by police and security staff.
The man who recorded the footage told the publication that he was told by one officer that ‘the guy flew in to meet this girl’ and ‘that this was their first meeting’.
Toronto Police told blog TO that it had ‘no information related to the incident in question’.
Featured Image Credit: Oakland Police Department/@RickyBlog/Twitter
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