Floyd Mayweather Jr. continues to talk about himself for the wrong reasons.
The boxer, who has not fought since May 1, is the center of a security video that is going around the world today. TMZ has aired it exclusively.
The video shows the Mayweather completely furious at a security officer … all because he did not recognize him at first glance. The scene takes place at the entrance to the complex where Mayweather lives in Las Vegas last December 19.
Around 4 am, Mayweather comes home, but the security guard asks him for his ID. The boxer immediately starts unleashing violent verbal attacks against the guard for several seconds.
He screams: “Let me in my mother f**king house!!! You know who I am man … let me in my house!!!”
“Stop giving me a hard time … you don’t give Maloof a hard time … you don’t ask him for ID when he comes,” Mayweather continues.
After more than a minute, Mayweather finally gets out of his car and opens the security barrier himself. He quickly returns to the wheel of his truck, taking good care to make his tires screech.
This is not the first time the boxer is involved in such an incident. A few weeks ago, he was accused of assault against another security officer, an event which allegedly occurred Nov. 15, 2010.