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Shia LaBeouf Just Went OFF On A Cop Who Arrested Him


Actor Shia LaBeouf just needs to go sit down somewhere. For someone as “in touch” with his feelings as LaBeouf claims to be, he certainly has a problem with the bottle — and apparently authority of any kind.

LaBeouf was arrested early Saturday morning in Savannah, Ga. for basically being a drunken fool in public. But, it’s not just the arrest that’s grabbing headlines.

Just-released police body camera footage shows LaBeouf launching all manner of profanity at the police, and even threatening to shoot the arresting officer.

“When the officer attempted to place LaBeouf under arrest, LaBeouf ran to a nearby hotel,” a statement from the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department said. "LaBeouf was arrested in the hotel lobby, where his disorderly behavior continued.”

LaBeouf apparently was attempting to ask one of the officers and a "bystander" for a cigarette when the officer noticed the intoxicated state LaBeouf was in.

The ensuing altercation led to LaBeouf shouting at the officer, "If I had my gun, I'd blow your s*** up."

"I got more millionaire lawyers than you know what to do with, you stupid bitch," LaBeouf continued.

Watch the video and judge for yourself whether LaBeouf behaved in a disorderly fashion:

Yep. LaBeouf looked and sounded pretty disorderly to us as well.

"Dumb f***," "dummy" and "stupid b****." Sounds like LaBeouf needs some anger management courses, and maybe a couple of AA meetings, since he already had two DUI arrests on his record, according to CNN.

LaBeouf was released from custody after posting a $7,000 bond after being charged with obstruction, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness. After threatening to shoot a police officer, he's lucky that he wasn't charged with more.

That’s a pretty expensive cigarette.

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