In a letter addressed to the New York Giants' famed wide receiver and to Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller, the borough president thanked them both for visiting The Bronx on Nov. 17, when they partied at the Sin City strip club.
"However," Diaz added, "you could have picked a better place."
He let the pro gridders know that the strip joint had "a long history as a nuisance to our borough."
Diaz previously wrote a letter to the State Liquor Authority in August urging them to revoke the club's liquor license, characterizing it as a venue notorious for issues ranging from public drinking and noise to shootings and prostitution.
He sent Beckham and Miller a copy of the 2016 Bronx Visitors Guide with his letter, which provides a list of tourist attractions in the borough, and suggested that venues like the Bronx Zoo or the New York Botanical Garden might be more enjoyable places for them to visit next time they are in the borough.
Beckham lost a diamond-studded pinkie ring while at the club on Thursday that was worth about $25,000, according to the New York Post.
“I would love to show both of you gentlemen there is more to The Bronx than establishments such as Sin City, where you risk losing more than your valuables,” Diaz wrote. “If you would like to see what The Bronx is really about, and visit numerous establishments that our residents are actually proud of, I hope you will take me up on this offer.”