Originally posted on The Outside Corner  |  Last updated 5/8/13

The Kiss Cam: one of the staples of mid-game entertainment at ballparks across the country. Last Friday during the Colorado Springs Sky Sox-Fresno Grizzlies game in Fresno, the Grizzlies broke out the Kiss Cam during the game.  The first couple they showed didn't kiss despite the girl prodding her companion to alert him that they were on the jumbotron. He was on the phone (at a ballgame? Really?) and blew her off as the crowd reacted negatively. After cycling through a few more couples, the Kiss Cam returned to the first pair. The woman was rebuffed a second time to a much larger negative reaction from the crowd. Finally at the end of the segment, the camera returned to the couple, and the gentleman (and I use that term loosely) once again shot down his lady. Finally, the girl just couldn't take it anymore. She stood up, dumped her drink all over the guy, and walked out. Perhaps the best part was the quizzical, confused look on his face as the girl walked up the aisle away from him as he sat there, covered in what looks like beer. The girl then gets a high five from the Grizzlies mascot on the concourse, and the man walks up the aisle with his tail tucked between his legs. Moral of the story: if you're on Kiss Cam, just indulge your companion and give them a peck. Otherwise, you might end up covered in a beverage. Even if this was staged (which the circumstances make seem very plausible), it's still pretty hilarious. [follow]

This article first appeared on The Outside Corner and was syndicated with permission.

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