New police bodycam footage of a Nov. 27 incident involving NFL star Odell Beckham Jr. has been released, depicting the scene that led to his removal from an aircraft.

Beckham, a wide receiver who reached the Pro Bowl three times, was on a flight from Miami to Los Angeles in November when flight attendants became aware of his erratic behavior. The bodycam footage from the Miami-Dade Police Department showed officers approaching Beckham in first class and asking if he can get up.

In the video, Beckham told flight attendants he had been at a party prior to him boarding the plane.

After speaking to him briefly, one officer said: "he looks good to me." This prompted the flight attendants to recall how Beckham was allegedly not wearing pants and remained unresponsive after several attempts to ask him to put on his seatbelt.

Police approach Odell Beckham Jr. on his November flight from Miami to Los Angeles.

"Crew at this time don't feel comfortable with him flying because they don't know what's going on with him," one staff member said. The staff member added that they can put him on the next flight.

Alluding to the fact that they were aware of his identity, one officer suggests to a flight attendant that perhaps Beckham was just tired: "If you don't want him to fly, that's your decision that you guys are going to have to make."

After multiple flight attendants lobbied for Beckham to be escorted off the plane, and after the captain spoke directly with Beckham, he continued to refuse.

All the while, passengers on the plane became aware of the incident, with one calling out, "Can I get his signature?"

At last, after Beckham called the incident "beyond embarrassing," officers explain if he doesn't get off they will have to deplane, and Beckham said that was fine.

As passengers filed through the exits, Beckham engaged in a verbal argument with one man.

"You can look at me all you want," Beckham said to the man, who responded: "Just get off the plane."

Beckham then leaned forward and confronted the man. "There's nothing you can ever say, ever. You're everything wrong with the world. Looking at me to get off a plane, for you. I would never, ever in my life, get off the plane for you, specifically you," Beckham said.

Beckham Jr. engages in a verbal altercation with a man he calls "fat" and "ugly."

"You're going to wait 40 minutes, and I'm going get on a private plane home," he told the man and called him a "fat a**."

After taking a phone call where he recounted his interaction with the passenger, Beckham said: "You couldn't even make this ... up."

Beckham asked the police for a favor: "The white man, with the red shirt on -- do not let me walk by him. That's all I'm asking."

Soon after, paramedics arrived on the plane to ask if Beckham needed to get checked.

"You fell asleep before the flight and they thought that may lead to an emergency in the air," the paramedic told him. The paramedic then checked his blood pressure and calmly talked to Beckham before exiting the plane.

Officers then escorted him off the plane and through the airport. Beckham said someone would be picking him up.

Beckham did not receive any charges from the incident.

The other passengers were eventually permitted to re-board and the plane took off.

Beckham, 30, has received backlash for his public behavior before, both on and off the field. In 2020, after his alma mater LSU won the College Football Championship, he was banned from the school's facilities for two years for handing out cash to the winning players.

Beckham Jr. seen handing cash to players of LSU's football team after their 2020 championship victory.

Beckham did not play in the 2022 season after suffering a torn ACL injury in the Super Bowl as a member of the champion Los Angeles Rams. He has also played for the Cleveland Browns and New York Giants.

In 2014, Beckham was named the Offensive Rookie of the Year.