Birds do it. Bees do it. USC college students do it, too, on the roof of a school building in full view of the entire campus.The public sex act atop Waite Phillips Hall at the University of Southern California was captured in a series of photos that spread around the campus this weekend, and then quickly on the Internet.

The woman involved does not attend USC. However, the male is a student and was suspended from his fraternity, Kappa Sigma, and could face similar punishment from the school.

“While the actions that were taken did involve a member of our chapter we, in no way, support this kind of behavior.” Zach Timm, president of USC’s Kappa Sigma said. “The member in question has been suspended from Kappa Sigma for conduct unbecoming of a Kappa Sigma and a gentleman until a more detailed investigation can be conducted.”

USC refused to comment on actions it may take concerning the student, citing privacy concerns. It did say, however, that his behavior was “a violation of our code of conduct and of our most basic community standards.”

“To say that we are disappointed in this type of behavior does not begin to capture the seriousness with which we regard this type of activity,” Denzil J. Suite., USC’s associate vice president for student affairs, told the LA Weekly. He also noted that access to the roof was restricted and going up there was a violation of university policies.

This is just the latest incident to befall the Kappa Sigma fraternity. Earlier this month, an unidentified member embarrassed the frat when he sent a memo that ranked women (referred to as “targets”) for their sexual skills and beauty.

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