Questions continued to swirl Tuesday about a video showing a small child putting what looks like a beer bottle to his mouth during Sunday's Phillies-Padres game at Citizens Bank Park.
Was it a beer bottle? Was there anything in it? Did the adults with the child notice anything? Is this just another Philly fan tempest in a drink container?
Phillies spokeswoman Bonnie Clark said Tuesday that the team certainly does not condone letting children drink beer - if that indeed was the case.
"We are not able to determine the identity of anyone involved, nor are we able to determine what was in the bottle or whether it was empty," Clark said in an e-mail.
"Obviously, the Phillies, like everyone else, would not want a child to be permitted to consume any alcoholic beverage," Clark said. "We suspect that this was a very brief event, probably involving an empty bottle. We are confident that our employees and our fans would not allow this to happen if they were aware of it."
But unanswered questions aside, the video - taken from the official broadcast of Sunday's game - is widely available on the Internet and has created a buzz about Philadelphia sports fans and their reputation.
Earlier this season, one fan was Tasered by police while running on the field in a scene broadcast globally. Another has pleaded guilty to vomiting on a police officer and his family during a drunken display in the stands.