An explicit video of a skydiving sex stunt has sparked an investigation by Federal Aviation Administration officials who say they are concerned that the pre-jump sex may have distracted the pilot while flying, ABC News reported.

Skydiving instructor Alex Torres, who moonlights in pornographic films, posted a video to his blog of him having sex in a plane with Hope Howell, a secretary for Skydive Taft, the company Torres works for, before jumping out in tandem and continuing the romp midair.

FAA spokesman Ian McGregor said they are investigating whether the activity could have distracted the pilot or resulted in the pilot being jostled and bumped.

At one point during the video, the couple are shown having sex in a jump seat next to the pilot.

Torres has been fired from his job at Skydive Taft in Kern County, Calif., The Associated Press reported. David Chrouch, the owner of the skydiving company, told that he has not yet decided what to with Howell.

I didn't know it until one of the officers came over from the Taft Police Department and informed me this was going around the kinds in school and stuff, Chrouch said and The Daily Mail reported. Apparently, they told my pilot it was OK to do this and got here early in the morning before anyone got here and shot this.

Chrouch said the stunt was intended to grab the attention of shock-jock radio star Howard Stern.