Shia LaBeouf is a successful actor who has appeared in cinematic hits such as Transformers, Disturbia, and Fury.
However, we think it's fair to say the 31-year-old has become more widely known for his run-ins with the law.
Over the weekend, LeBeouf was arrested in Georgia for disorderly conduct, obstruction, and public drunkenness.
According to TMZ, the actor approached someone and asked them for a cigarette, which sounds harmless, but ...
The volatile actor then proceeded to flip the eff out when the person in question decided against giving him one.
He allegedly went on a rant in front of women and kids, swearing and just generally being an ass. Vintage Shia.
He was asked to leave but refused.
When an officer appeared on the scene, it only made matters worse, and the entitled actor became aggressive toward a person who was trying to diffuse the situation.
Then comes the best part of this story ...
When the time came to give up and arrest Shia, he made a break for it! The star bolted for a nearby hotel in an attempt to evade the law.
He was caught in the lobby and arrested.
The report states that he continued his tirade of terror right up until the moment he was arrested, because of course he did.
Eventually, he was detained and kept in the slammer until 11 a.m. the following day, when he posted $7,000 bond.
“He became disorderly, using profanities and vulgar language in front of the women and children present,” police said in a statement.
”He was told to leave the area and refused, becoming aggressive toward the officer.”
All things considered, this is not the first time Shia has acted like an erratic mess, and it probably won't be the last.
LaBeouf was arrested in 2014 for being drunk and confrontational at a 2014 performance of Cabaret.
He followed up that outburst by slapping Alan Cummings in the butt.
He was also cuffed for public intoxication in Texas in 2015.
Oh, and he was also arrested in 2008 for drunk driving in West Hollywood.
Shia should probably cut the alcohol out because this is a recurring trend, and one of these days someone could be seriously hurt as a result.
In the best case, the actor runs the risk of becoming more well-known for his arrests than for his acting in movies. In the worst case?
It could be a lot worse. What do you think about all of this?
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