A University of Alabama fan was indicted on sexual battery and obscenity charges by a Louisiana state grand jury on Thursday for allegedly assaulting a passed-out LSU fan after the BCS national championship football game in January, the New Orleans Times Picayune reported Thursday.

A $50,000 bond was set for Brian Downing, 32, who was arrested in January after a video showed a man rubbing his genitals on the LSU fan on Bourbon Street turned up on the Internet.

No one tried to stop the action as the LSU fan sat in a chair with his head on the counter of a hamburger restaurant.

According to the Times-Picayune, Downing turned himself in on Jan. 19 after Heath Taylor, the sheriff of Russell County, Ala., watched the video and recognized the assailant as his cousin.

Downing is scheduled to appear in Orleans Parish Criminal District Court for arraignment Monday.

The sexual battery count carries a maximum 10-year prison sentence. The obscenity charge could carry a jail term of six months to three years or a fine of up to $2,500.

Alabama won the BCS title game 21-0 over LSU.