This notorious ex-NFL bad boy could be flagged for illegal use of the hands — and butt.
Embattled All-Pro receiver Antonio Brown was caught on video shoving his bare buttocks into the face of a stunned woman in a outdoor swimming pool at a swanky Dubai hotel – and then lifting his manhood out of the water and whipping it in her direction, as wide-eyed vacationers watched in shock.
Video footage obtained by The Post of the May 14 incident at the Armani Hotel Dubai shows Brown, 34, way too close for comfort to the woman, who initially laughed off the attention but quickly swam away to escape the controversial gridiron great.
Leaning along the edge of the pool’s interior, Brown then grabs his penis, and briefly yanks it out of the water in the direction of the woman, causing another man sitting and observing poolside to scream: “Oh my God!”
Eyewitnesses said Brown — whose previous off-the-field antics have gotten him into hot water with the league and the law and who remains an NFL free agent after bizarrely quitting on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the middle of a game last season — had just met the woman and she was fuming after the encounter.
In one video, Antonio Brown — who is apparently nude aside from gold chains around his neck — is huddled at the edge of the pool with the woman.
He then plants both hands on the pool’s deck to lift himself out of the water twice – sticking his butt in the woman’s face both times.
She turns away, laughing off the apparent neutral zone infractions, as other men in the pool begin egging on Brown, yelling “Yeah!” “Another one!” and “AB!”
In the second video, Brown appears to startle the woman when he tries to tie a head scarf around her head. She’s able to snap off the scarf, which witnesses said he snatched from another swimmer.
Antonio Brown then lifts the woman up and tosses her head first into the water like he was spiking a football, the shocking video shows.
The woman rises out the water, wipes her eyes, and swims to the other side of the pool — away from Brown.
One man quips, “He’s waterboarding her!” while another sarcastically responds, “He’s giving her the long board!”
Two eyewitnesses told The Post that Brown continued to flaunt his private parts several times after the recording ended, rudely asking the woman: “You want it?”
The sources said the woman appeared visibly upset and was later spotted inside the hotel yelling and complaining to others about the incident.
A rep for the hotel declined comment and refused to reveal the woman’s identify.
Antonio Brown was asked to leave the hotel shortly after the incident, according to a hotel staffer who requested anonymity. The hotel had also received earlier complaints from other guests about Brown’s antics, the source said.
The complaints included Brown allegedly snubbing United Arab Emirates dress-code customs by flaunting his bare chest to guests inside the hotel, and smoking what they believe smelled like marijuana in his room, which would violate the country’s law.
Brown, now an aspiring rap artist, was in the United Arab Emirates to see his buddy, former boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Jr., fight an exhibition in Abu Dhabi and perform as the boxer walked into the ring.
The seven-time Pro Bowler shocked the NFL world in January when he abandoned Tom Brady and rest of the then-defending champion Buccaneers in the middle of a game with the Jets that they eventually pulled out in the final seconds.
Brown ripped off his belongings at MetLife Stadium before running shirtless through the end zone to the locker room after an apparent disagreement with the coaching staff over whether he was healthy enough to play.
The team suspended him days later, saying they first offered to get Brown mental health help but he refused.
His up-and-down career includes being suspended the first 8 games of the 2020 season for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy. The decision came after a former female trainer, Britney Taylor, filed a lawsuit accusing Brown of sexually assaulting her. Both sides settled the civil suit in 2021 without revealing the terms of the agreement.
In 2020, Brown pleaded no contest to burglary and battery charges in Florida after being charged with attacking a driver of a moving truck that delivered some of his possessions from California. He was ordered to serve two years of probation that included taking anger management courses.
Brown began his NFL career in 2010 with the Pittsburgh Steelers where he was among the league’s most prolific and productive wide receivers during his nine seasons there. He was traded to Oakland Raiders in 2019 but was released before playing a game following a series off-the-field incidents.
Brown and his reps did not return messages seeking comment. His ex-lawyer declined comment.