Jake Paul was 'warned by security' after he claimed to have stolen a stat sheet and made a paper aeroplane while sat courtside at an NBA game.
The YouTuber-turned-boxer has been in a celebratory mood after knocking out ex-UFC champion Tyron Woodley in their rematch fight last weekend.
Paul and his entourage have stuck around in Miami since then, and he and his girlfriend Julia Rose headed out to watch the Heat take on Detroit Pistons on Thursday.
Having extended his professional record to 5-0, the couple were awarded the best seats in the house – but the Problem Child, as his nickname suggests, didn't act accordingly.
He uploaded a video to his Instagram story of him with the match stat sheet in hand, which is given out to the teams and media.
It was captioned 'I stole the stat sheet' and had the lyrics of Drake's song with BlocBoy JB, titled Look Alive, playing in the background.
In the hit, the rapper says "Now I'm so close to the game that I could steal the stat sheet", which Paul had clearly taken inspiration from.
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The next post showed the 24-year-old had folded the piece of paper up and he can be heard saying "don't worry, I won't throw it" to a nearby security guard while Rose films him.
The guard stretches out her hand as if to go and take it from him but he puts his thumb up at her instead.
Earlier on he had pulled another prank on his model partner, telling her a basketball quarter was in fact called an 'inning'.
While he was joking about, the Heat contested a tight game with the Pistons which finished 115-112.
Paul of course has past with the NBA, as he beat their former player Nate Robinson in his second professional fight.
He has since gone on to defeat MMA legend Ben Askren and Woodley on two occasions now, and has knocked out every single opponent he has faced.
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