Weigh-in Of Mayweather
WBC/WBA welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. of the U.S. poses on the scale during an official weigh-in at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada September 12, 2014. Mayweather Jr. will defend his titles against Marcos Maidana of Argentina at the arena on September 13. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BOXING) Reuters

American boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr's temper again got him in trouble again on Wednesday night when a Saks Fifth Avenue salesgirl in New York City refused to let him use the bathroom of the department store.

At that time, there was a private event going on at Saks so the salesgirl, Alexandra Reiss, blocked him, reports TMZ Sports on Saturday.


However, despite the toilet blocker being a woman, Mayweather used his superior strength, pushed her arm, called her b***h and wh**e and went inside anyway to answer the call of nature, according to the New York Daily News.

He also reasoned that other members of his entourage, who were shopping with Mayweather, were allowed to use the same bathroom.

Reiss called 911 to report the harassment made by the boxer, but when the police came, they just dismissed her complaint because the incident didn't happen in front of an officer and there was no witness.

Despite the absence of witness, past incidents confirm Mayweather's short temper such as his fistfight in a fast food with 50 Cent over the rapper's wife, Tiny, whom he suspected was having sex with the boxer.

His heavy hand that has knocked out so many boxers also got him in trouble for beating women, including his former girlfriends Shantel Jackson who has filed a lawsuit against the boxer for domestic violence and Josie Harris, whose physical abuse lawsuit caused Mayweather to spend three months in jail.