NFL free specialist wide beneficiary Odell Beckham Jr. was eliminated from a Los Angeles-bound American Carriers flight

Sunday morning at Miami Global Air terminal in the wake of declining to conform to somewhere safe convention, as per an assertion from the Miami-Dade Police Division.

Officials were told of a health related crisis on an American Carriers trip around 9:30 a.m. Sunday. The flight group became worried for a traveler -

recognized by police as Beckham - as they attempted to wake him to secure his safety belt, as indicated by a proclamation from Miami police.

"He had all the earmarks of being coming all through awareness, before their takeoff," the police proclamation read.

"Expecting that Mr. Beckham was genuinely sick, and that his condition would deteriorate through the normal 5 hour flight, the chaperons called for police and fire salvage."

At the point when officials showed up, they requested that Beckham leave the airplane a few times, and he rejected, as per the assertion.

The airplane was deplaned, so, all in all officials requested that Beckham leave the plane and he did as such without occurrence, the assertion read.

"American Carriers flight 1228, with administration from Miami (MIA) to Los Angeles (Remiss),

got back to the entryway before departure because of a client neglecting to adhere to team part directions and declining to secure their safety belt (sic).

The client was taken out, and the flight re-withdrew at 10:54 a.m. neighborhood time," American Carriers said in an explanation got by CNN.

Daniel Davillier, Beckham's lawyer, made an announcement saying his client loaded onto the flight that morning with no issues.

The flight had been postponed and Beckham nodded off with his sweeping over his head - a typical act of his during long flights, Davillier said.