A lesbian couple has filed a complaint with the Minnesota Department of Human Rights after they were harassed by a Twins security guard for kissing at a baseball game, according to CityPages.com.
Taylor Campione and Kelsi Culpepper said a Target Field security guard reprimanded them with a biblical phrase during a May 27 game.
The incident happened when Campione and Culpepper exchanged a quick kiss on the lips.
A security guard then came up to the couple telling them they "can't do that" and that "we don't play grab-ass here," according to the paper.
When the couple confronted the security guard, they said he brought God into the conversation.
"Then he said, 'Well here in the stadium, we adhere to the 10 Commandments.' After that, I decided I was no longer going to speak with him, and I asked for his manager," Culpepper told City Pages.
"That ruined our entire evening. We were super upset, we felt super uncomfortable," Campione told the paper.
The security guard was reprimanded for his actions.
"That behavior just is unacceptable. That security guard has received both a verbal and written reprimand that will be put in his personnel file, and he understands that that is not an acceptable behavior," Minnesota Twins spokesman Kevin Smith told the website.
The guard, who has worked with the Twins for nearly 10 years, was not fired over the incident.