An amorous couple in room 43 of the SkyDome Hotel provided auxiliary entertainment Sunday during the Toronto Blue Jays' 8-7 victory over the Boston Red Sox in 10 innings.
The scene was caught by many in the crowd of 31,188, with dozens of binoculars glued to the room's open curtains.When several Blue Jays players discovered that a local cameraman caught the passionate couple on tape, they made a beeline for the video room.
"It's a good thing they finished before the game ended or I don't think anyone would have seen the game," Blue Jays first base coach Alfredo Griffin said.
The afternoon tryst was interrupted by hotel security after about a half-hour.
The 348-room hotel has 70 rooms overlooking the field. Hotel patrons are required to sign a release stating they will not have sex in view of the fans. Police can place charges if the rule is broken.
There have been three documented cases of couples having sex during Blue Jays games, prompting the suggestion the park be renamed Exhibition Stadium.