BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KTLA) -- Federal aviation officials will not be seeking any action against two skydiving company employees who videotaped themselves during a "tandem" jump earlier this month.
Video of the racy stunt was recently posted on the age-protected blog of Alex Torres, a porn star and weekend instructor at Skydive Taft in Bakersfield.
FAA spokesman Ian Gregor said no federal regulations were broken after it launched an investigation into the sky-high porn stunt.
Torres, who also goes by the nickname Voodoo, has since removed the video -- but not before a teenager posted it to all his friends, according to FAA officials.
The video continued to spread amongst students, and parents eventually notified police.
Torres apparently filmed the video in hopes of catching Howard Stern's attention, KGET is reporting.
Police say no criminal charges will be filed because the sex was consensual and between two adults. No witnesses reported the stunt, so public nudity charges also do not apply, police added.
Torres has been fired from Skydive Taft, and the company's owner is still deciding whether to ax Howell.
"This shouldn't have happened. And it won't ever happen again, that's for sure," Skydive Taft owner Dave Chrouch told the station.
Crouch says the stunt was apparently performed early in the morning, before anyone else arrived.
FAA: Pilot Not Distracted in Skydiving Sex Stunt
Video of the racy stunt was posted online.
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