Kiss cams are almost a trademark of American sports events and we see some quite funny things when the big screen takes the shape of a heart.
However it is quite unlikely that we have ever seen anything like what happened during the kiss cam in the game between the Chicago Bulls and Boston Celtics.
When the two teams were off the court on Saturday night, the fans were supposed to be entertained by the kiss cam, but two fans gave everyone more than they bargained for.
Whoever controls the camera during the popular segment at the United Center may now have to rethink their choices of people.
The camera was pointed towards a couple in the bleachers who were decked out in the green of the Celtics.
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The man on the screen however was on the phone when the camera pointed towards him and he wasn't about to let that interupt his conversation.
Despite his girlfriend/ wife tapping his arm to try and get a smooch off of him, the man wasn't willing to pucker up.
This led to a quite obvious fight between the two as the camera just refused to move away from the domestic dispute.
What happened next would have a been a true sting to the Celtics fan as the Bulls mascot Benny the Bull got involved.
He didn't try to get the man to kiss his lady friend, instead he simply picked her up and carried her away.
Bulls knocking the Celtics off
Benny the Bull may have knocked the hat of the Celtics fan off, but the Bulls players will have given the fan a bigger blow.
The Bulls won the match 109-104 and rolled to their second straight win thanks to the five point victory.
The Bulls are having a good season as sit top of the Central division and hold the second seed in the Eastern Conference.
The Bulls are 24-10 this season and will be looking to move to three straight on Monday night when they take on the Houston Rockets.
The Celtics however, having already lost Rajon Rondo in a trade with the Dallas Mavericks, are 11-20 and third in the Atlantic division.