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Ex-Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Antonio Brown was seen sticking his butt out at a woman's face and brandishing his penis in a Dubai swimming pool.
Newly released footage of Brown's trip at the Armani Hotel Dubai on May 14 shows the troubled former football star shoving his bare butt in a stunned woman's face, who tries to get away.
Witnesses told the New York Post that as others egged Brown on to keep shoving his butt at her, he then snatched a head scarf from another swimmer and tried to tie it around the woman.
He proceeded to lift her and slam her into the pool, with one onlooker quipping that 'He's waterboarding her.'
Another man responded, 'He's giving her the long board.'
Brown then flashed his penis at the woman, asking, 'You want it?' After the story emerged Saturday, Brown insisted the woman had in fact snatched his trunks for a game, and that he hadn't done anything to upset her.
Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Antonio Brown was filmed flashing a woman his bare butt and penis while at the Armani Hotel Dubai swimming pool. He is pictured enjoying a swim on another occasion during the same vacation
Brown (pictured in the same trip) was seen repeatedly flashing the woman and grabbing her inside the pool, asking her, 'You want it?' as he showed his privates
The former NFL star-turned-aspiring rapper was in Dubai with Floyd Mayweather Jr. for an exhibition boxing match (above). A hotel staffer said multiple people complained about Brown allegedly breaking laws in the strict United Arab Emirates
It's the latest in a series of controversies that led the former Buccaneer (left, alongside Tom Brady) to quit the NFL and kickstart a rapping career
Two witnesses told the Post that Brown continued to flaunt his privates at the woman several times and said multiple people complained to hotel staff about his actions.
Representatives from the hotel declined to comment on the incident.
A staffer, speaking under the condition of anonymity, told the outlet that other guests complained about Brown snubbing the United Arab Emirates' strict dress code by flaunting his bare chest inside the hotel.
The Middle East nation follows Sharia law and has a strict set of morality codes that could've landed Brown in serious trouble.
Other complaints also accused Brown of smoking marijuana in his room, which is a criminal offense in the country.
The hotel incidents all took place during Brown's visit to Dubai with Floyd Mayweather Jr. for an exhibition boxing match.
It's the latest in a long series of shocking behavior that has resulted in Brown leaving the NFL in controversy and turning to rap music.
Armani Hotel Dubai hotel staffer, Brown (above) was flashing his bare chest at chests inside the hotel, which is against the United Arab Emirates' dress-code
Brown, pictured posing over a bridge in Dubai, could have faced severe consequences from the United Arab Emirates, which follows Sharia law
The troubled Pro Bowler shocked NFL fans across the country when he had a public meltdown in the middle of a game in January.
As the Bucs played against the Jets at MetLife Stadium, the benched Brown hopped into the field, shirtless, after an apparent dispute with coaches about whether he was healthy enough to play.
Brown claimed his outburst was fueled by 'dangerous painkillers' that Buccaneers' medical staff gave him for his ankle injury.
He was suspended days later, with Buccaneers officials saying he refused help for his mental health.
While the incident ultimately left Brown off the team and floating around as a free agent before he announced he was quitting the NFL, he had long been followed by controversy before that.
Embattled NFL star Antonio Brown claims he was suffering a severe ankle injury and that he'd been injected with a dangerous painkiller by Tampa Bay Buccaneers medical staff shortly before he stormed off the field in January
Brown seen before (left) and during (right) his outburst, was suspended days later, with Buccaneers officials saying he refused help for his mental health
A N.J. State Police trooper, background, watches as Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown throws his gloves into the stands in his infamous walk-off
In 2020, former female trainer Britney Taylor filed a lawsuit against Brown, accusing him of sexually assaulting her.
While the suit was settled out of court, Brown was suspended for eight games for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.
That same year, Brown faced burglary and battery charges in Florida for attacking a truck driver delivering his belongings from California after being traded from the Oakland Raiders.
Brown was ordered to serve two years of probation, which included taking anger management courses.