Two lesbians who kissed at a Seattle Mariners baseball game at Safeco Field said they were told to stop and are claiming discrimination based on their sexual orientation.
Sirbrina Guerrero (photo) says she only gave her date a peck, but a mother sitting with her son complained to security and, as a result, they were told to stop or leave.
"And he (the security guard) goes 'there's a lady whose son says he saw you guys making out, and I did, too. And you have to stop.' And I said 'well, we weren't making out, but we were kissing and I'm not going to stop,'" said Guerrero.
Guerrero says the only reason she was called out was because of her sexual orientation.
"(The security guard said) the mom doesn't want to explain to the kids why two girls are kissing. So I said 'well, I'm not going to stop, so you'll have to kick me out. So he said 'so I suggest you leave then,"' she said.
The couple stayed at the game and then took pictures of men and women kissing without them being asked to stop. The Mariners are investigating the incident.
When asked whether she and her date were acting lewd in any way that would have prompted such a firm response from the security guard, Guerrero said, "We were eating garlic fries. The last thing we wanted to do was make out with each other. Honestly, that's what it was."