The kiss cam tradition originated in California in the early 1980s, as a way to fill in the gaps in play in professional baseball games, taking advantage of the possibilities of the then-new giant video screens.
The couple focused on by the camera may not be in a romantic relationship.
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The video shows a vandal uncapping a fire hydrant as recently as September, allowing water to flood into the street.
As each pair appear onscreen, they are then expected to kiss.
Also, sporting event staff would appear as couples who rejects kisses or proposals to entertain or surprise the attending audience.
The first positive reaction by a gay couple caught on camera happened at AT&T Park in San Francisco in August 2011.
The men embraced on the kiss cam without embarrassment.
couple, who posted a compilation video online that reveals criminal activities and other oddities occurring outside their home, has received more than 750,000 views in just three days.
“We’ve had to put cameras up here because our neighbourhood has come to be an extreme living zone,” Nicole told Global News during a report last May.
The kiss cam screen often appears on television if the event is televised.
The couple focused on may not wish their attendance together at the event to be widely publicized.
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