Apparently, there’s no selfies in baseball!
A group of Arizona State University sorority sisters went to an Arizona Diamondbacks on game on Wednesday night and got called out by the announcers on live TV for snapping photos of themselves in the stands.
One announcer even went so far as to call out one particular girl, saying, “Do you have to make faces when you take selfies?!”
The whole tirade went on for about 2 minutes:
Afterward the video went viral, the Diamondbacks and Fox Sports ended up issuing an apology, and even offered up free tickets for the girls to attend another game.
Instead, the sorority sisters decided to donate the tickets to the charity A New Leaf to honor of October being Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
“Alpha Chi Omega at Arizona State University would like to thank the Arizona Diamondbacks and Fox Sports for reaching out to the chapter after last night’s game and subsequent media frenzy,” they wrote on Facebook. “We appreciate their generous offer of tickets to tonight’s game. However, instead of chapter members attending the game, we have asked the Diamondbacks and Fox Sports to provide tickets to a future game for families at A New Leaf, a local non-profit that helps support victims of domestic violence.”