Just as all eyes were on the action-packed Surrey's T20 Blast clash with Middlesex at the Oval, as it aired on Sky Sports on Friday, a fan clearly ran out of luck— while stealing some ‘action’ on his own. In a rather embarrassing turn of events, the mystery man in the audience was suddenly papped ‘in the moment’—biting a woman’s boob on live TV!

Need to say, spectators had a field day. The footage shows a woman, dressed in a snug-fitted blue outfit, leaning over the man in question, as she interacts with the people in the row behind. The woman places her hand on the man’s chest in what appears like him attempting to nibble her boob as she leans over further. The couple had reportedly dropped by to enjoy an evening of the game, oblivious to what was in store for them, reported Yahoo! News.

The footage, albeit short, went viral online with netizens trolling the man, and the ill-timing of it all. The camera cut off immediately and rapidly shifted its focus to the on-field action at the Vitality T20 Blast as Surrey closed in on victory over their London rivals. This marks Middlesex’s second loss in a row after the team previously lost to Essex Thursday.

“Yesterday we gave a better account of ourselves but both powerplays, with the bat and with the ball, cost us in the end,” stated fast bowler Steven Finn, as stated on Daily Star. “We did well to drag ourselves up to a competitive total but credit to the way Pope and Overton finished it off at the end. Nick Gubbins has been working very hard on his leg-spin and he was very effective here in the conditions and bowled very well,” he added.

The results seemed inevitable after a point, as the Sharks were 43-1 after 4.5 overs of their chase just before an unexpected downpour occurred. 

While the rather inappropriate video continues to make its rounds, not much has been disclosed about the identities of the couple in question. Nor have any of them come to clear the stance.

CCTV CCTV in operation in Chelsea on 14th April 2021 in London, United Kingdom. Photo by Mike Kemp/In Pictures via Getty Images