MANILA, Philippines – After spending a night in jail for allegedly poking a security officer in the face, controversial boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. again reportedly went ballistic on another security guard last week.
A security video footage obtained by entertainment website TMZ.com showed Mayweather inside his Las Vegas community, verbally attacking a guard who did not recognize him.
The report said the incident took place on December 19 at around 4 a.m. when the boxer drove up to the main gate and the security guard asked him for an identification card.
"Let me in my mother [expletive] house!!! You know who I am man ... let me in my house!!!" was Mayweather’s reply.
"Stop giving me a hard time ... you don't give Maloof (one of the tenants in the community) a hard time ... you don't ask him for ID when he comes," he added.
Mayweather is currently facing a misdemeanor battery charge for reportedly poking a security guard in the face. He was held overnight at the Clark County Detention Center before eventually being released.
He is also facing charges of felony robbery, coercion and grand larceny as well as misdemeanor domestic battery and harassment charges in connection with an argument with the mother of his children at her house.
During his latest exchange with the security guard, Mayweather made references to his earlier encounter with the community security.
"I had a problem here before when the security lied and said I touched him and I didn't!" he said.
The boxer eventually got out of his car, went into the guard house and opened the gate himself.
The security tape was reportedly turned over to the police cops. TMZ.com said the footage may be used in Mayweather’s battery case.