Floyd Mayweather can't get out of his own way. Between facing multiple felony charges for an alleged domestic violence incident and a racist rant on Ustream, Mayweather's reputation has taken a beating. Now you can add another silly incident to his resumé. TMZ broke the story that the No. 2 pound-for-pound fighter in the world was involved in an altercation Monday night with a Las Vegas security guard.
Cops rolled over to Floyd Mayweather's Las Vegas home tonight after a private security guard claimed the championship boxer poked him in the face during an incident in Floyd's gated community ... TMZ has learned.
Law enforcement sources tell us ... a private security guard who was patrolling inside Floyd's gated community drove up to Floyd's house a few hours ago to confront the boxer about a parking situation.
We're told the security guard rolled down his window to talk to Floyd ... and that's when Floyd allegedly unleashed his finger -- striking the dude in the face.
Las Vegas Metro Police visited Mayweather's house to look into the incident but no one answered the door. The Las Vegas Sun reports that the incident, involving a Southern Highlands security guard, took place around 6 p.m. PT on Monday.