Cops release photo of couple that allegedly had sex at A’s game

These two could wind up in jail for trying to hit an upper deck home run.

California cops have released images of a smiling couple who were apparently caught engaged in a sex act at a recent Oakland A’s game at RingCentral Coliseum — while warning that they potentially face a stiff penalty of up to six months in the clink.

Cops got the heads up about the duo’s possible attempt to slide into third base thanks to a now-viral video from the lightly attended ball game against the Seattle Mariners at RingCentral Coliseum earlier this month.

To prove they are going hard trying to find the suspects, Oakland cops have  released images of the grinning duo they believe “were responsible for the crime.”

The images show the bespectacled man dressed all in black, including a long-sleeved T-shirt honoring The Cure’s “A Strange Day” — a song from the goth-pop band’s 1982 album “Pornography.”

Smiling with disheveled hair, he walks with his blond-haired, tattooed female companion affectionately holding his left arm. She wore pink pants and a lime green shirt pulled up seemingly showing parts of her bra.

Police photo of the two people believed to be involved in an alleged sex act at the Athletics-Mariners game on Sunday, August 21, 2022 at RingCentral Coliseum.
Police photo of the two people believed to be involved in an alleged sex act at the Athletics-Mariners game on Sunday, August 21, 2022 at RingCentral Coliseum.

“The Oakland Police Department is releasing this photo in hopes the community can help identify these two individuals,” the force confirmed to KRON4 late Wednesday.

While it is not totally clear what was going on, if found and convicted of committing a lewd act in public, they face up to six months in jail and a fine of $1,000, police told the outlet.

Video of the sex act had already sparked wild roasting by other fans, including another viral video of some returning to “the scene of the crime” and holding signs like “these seats suck,” “keep your head in the game” and “don’t blow it.”

Viral footage of the two people believed to be involved in an alleged sex act at the Athletics-Mariners game on Sunday, August 21, 2022 at RingCentral Coliseum.
Viral footage shows two people believed to be involved in an alleged sex act at the Athletics-Mariners game on Sunday, August 21, 2022 at RingCentral Coliseum.

The fresh police appeal only added to it, with at least one person joking that it was “the most action the A’s fans have seen in years…”

Others noted how the couple appeared to think they’d get away with it because they were alone in the top row of an otherwise nearly completely empty section 334 of the park.

“I’m not sure an A’s game will hold up in court as ‘public.’ Lawyers could definitely make an argument,” one sports fans’ page quipped.

The male suspect’s attire also sparked some jokes. “Bet it felt just like heaven,” one person wrote with a pun on one of The Cure’s biggest hits.

Since the alleged act occurred, MLB fans have returned to upper deck at RingCentral Coliseum with signs to troll the incident.

The news came after a separate couple appeared to be engaging in a sex act in the stands at a Blue Jays game earlier this week. Toronto police told TMZ there is currently no investigation into that matter.

“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,” said OPD Public Information Officer Candace Keas in a statement to KRON4 on Aug. 22.257

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“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.”

Since the alleged act occurred, MLB fans have returned to upper deck at RingCentral Coliseum with signs to troll the incident.

Per: NYP

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