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Amy Schumer comically smooches boyfriend on Kiss Cam

Published 26/09/2016

Amy Schumer and Ben Hanisch
Amy Schumer and Ben Hanisch

The Trainwreck comic made the most of her moment when she was caught on camera in the crowd on Sunday (25Sep16).

Amy Schumer played up for the cameras and comically snogged her boyfriend Ben Hanisch when caught on the Kiss Cam at a baseball game.

The Trainwreck star was joined by her furniture designer beau and her dad Gordon at Citi Field stadium in New York on Sunday (25Sep16) to cheer on the New York Mets as they played against the Philadelphia Phillies.

During a break, the comedienne, who was seated in a VIP balcony area, was caught on Kiss Cam, and she gasped in shock, but instead of immediately turning to her man, she turned to her father and gave him a kiss on the cheek.

Ready to give the audience a laugh, Amy then took off her sunglasses and baseball cap and went in for a mock passionate smooch with Ben, who was also game for the joke. They both grabbed the side of each other's faces and Ben constantly moved his head and Amy began stroking his back as they played up for the cameras.

After a few seconds, Ben retreated and put both hands in the air as Amy rested her hands on his chest. She then turned to the crowd, laughed and waved, before resting her head on Ben's chest. As the camera continued to stay on her, she moved to cuddle up to her dad.

Amy shared the footage on her Instagram page and wrote in the caption, "I have always wanted to be on the kiss cam! My dad and my man!! #letsgomets."

Earlier that day she posted a photo from the VIP area with comedian Jerry Seinfeld, his wife Jessica, and actors Jonah Hill and Matthew Broderick.

Their baseball game visit comes just two weeks after the couple, who has been dating in January (16), was struck down with food poisoning during a romantic trip to Paris, France. Amy documented the ordeal on social media, sharing one picture of them laying in bed together looking ill.

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