A couple went viral in late August of this year after video emerged of them seemingly getting a little overly-intimate at an Oakland A’s baseball game.
For obvious reasons, the clip of them doing what they were doing spread like wildfire.
This week, a fresh update to the story emerged.
In an effort to track down the alleged perpetrators, officials released a photo of them:
To date no arrests have been made. If and when police do track the couple down, they are facing a particularly hefty jail sentence.
Interestingly enough, the couple at the A’s game set off a spree of similar behavior at other baseball outings. A couple at a recent Toronto Blue Jays game also got busted seemingly doing the same thing.
In fact, there is a case to be made that the Blue Jays couple was even more brazen:
Two people were seen engaging in an apparent sex act at the Rogers Centre during last night’s Blue Jays game, much to the surprise of anyone near them in the 500s. pic.twitter.com/9viHSXLJ8L
— blogTO (@blogTO) August 30, 2022
Reactions to that particular situation were roughly what you would expect:
— Tom Brooks (@_Tom_Brooks) September 1, 2022
Many people want it but few people have the courage! No matter the place or time, if you feel like doing it! https://t.co/Fte4O7LhGf
— Kyle Surf (@KyleSurfer_) September 1, 2022
All these people getting busted doing it at baseball stadiums is a real testament to how boring a regular season baseball game can be. https://t.co/JfrURgIhXc
— Blake (@blake_etc) August 31, 2022
Time will tell what fate awaits that couple.
One way or another, if this happens again, MLB will likely have to step in and do something about the security at games.
— Game 7 (@game7__) August 31, 2022
But if it doesn’t, these couple of incidents will likely be forgotten sooner rather than later.
A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.