In 2001, a security guard who obviously didn't follow golf demanded to see Vijay Singh's player badge before allowing him into a locker room.
The big Fijian -- who once worked as a bouncer in rough clubs -- didn't even break stride, opening the door while extending a middle finger in the guard's face.
Now, he's at it again.
This time the three-time major champion is flipping off the PGA Tour and the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), two organizations whose credibility has taken a beating over their bungled handling of Singh's doping case.
Shockingly, the 50-year-old faces no sanctions after an embarrassing about-face on Tuesday over Singh's admission that he took a prohibited supplement called Deer Antler spray.
The product -- which the PGA Tour warned players not to use in 2011 -- contains a banned growth hormone, IGF-1, that is similar in its performance-enhancing capabilities to HGH.
Singh admitted using the spray -- which he said he didn't know was illegal -- in a magazine ...