Odell Beckham has drawn the ire of a lot of people following his celebratory shenanigans.
That includes the security guard whose rear end the Browns receiver smacked in the LSU locker room, following the Tigers’ national championship victory over Clemson.
In a report filed Tuesday, the officer told the New Orleans Police Department that he “wanted to retaliate by punching the offender” but resisted the urge to punch Beckham.
The 48-year-old Superdome lieutenant was asking reveling LSU players to put out their cigars when Beckham wound up and appeared to slap his backside. The former Giants star is now facing an arrest warrant on a count of simple battery.
NOPD initially wanted to charge Beckham with misdemeanor sexual battery, which was rejected by Magistrate Court Commissioner Melvin Zeno who determined “that the elements of the crime did not rise to that of sexual battery but rather that of a simple battery.”
Beckham, an LSU alum, is potentially facing up to six months in prison, though the offense is considered expungeable, according to NOLA.com.
The Browns acknowledged the incident in a statement on Thursday, while LSU has also had to answer for Beckham doling out cash to the players on the sidelines after the big win.