Any day now, Shia LaBeouf will shave his head and attack a photographer and an umbrella.
The actor's recent run of odd behavior took an extreme step last night when he attended the German premiere of Nymphomaniac with a paper bag over his head.
It read: "I Am Not Famous Anymore."
This is the same message LaBeouf wrote on Twitter a few weeks ago after calling Jim Carrey out as a bad father.
Earlier in the day, during a press conference at the Berlin International Film Festival, LaBeouf answered a question - the first one asked - about the explicit sex scenes in his new movie by saying:
"When the seagulls follow the trawler, it's because they think sardines will be thrown into the sea."
He then stood up and left.
Nymphomaniac co-stars Thurman and Christian Slater were shocked by his quick departure, sitting awkwardly for a few moments before Slater quipped:
"Obviously, the script is packed with a lot of sardines. One sardine after another."
In early January, LaBeouf quit Twitter and said he was retiring from public life.
He later got into a bar fight and was overheard telling a fellow patron that he's "super normal."
The idiot's shenanigans at this German film festival clearly proved this point.