'You f***ing racist': Shia LaBeouf gets kicked out of bowling alley after exploding into a rant at fellow patron
Shia LaBeouf wore out his welcome at an LA bowling alley this week.
The 30-year-old star was tossed out of a Pinz in Studio City Wednesday, after getting into an altercation with another bowler, TMZ reports.
In a video captured by a fellow patron, the irate star can be seen being ushered out of the spot while screaming and calling another bowler a 'f***ing racist'.
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Strong words: Shia was reportedly kicked out of a Studio City bowling alley on Wednesday after getting into a fight with a fellow patron who he shouted at and called a 'f***ing racist' as he was ushered out by staff
According to witnesses, the actor-slash-artist was asked to leave the Studio City alley by staff after getting into a loud altercation with another patron.
Reportedly, the Even Stevens star had been throwing back beers at the bowling alley for several hours.
Although clearly upset, Shia left the establishment, only to return shortly after when he realized he was still wearing bowling shoes.
Not thinking straight? Reportedly, the former Disney talent had been drinking at the bowling alley for several hours prior to his outburst. Above, you can see him looking atypically polished at the Hollywood premiere of Man Down back in November
After fetching his street shoes, the LA native could be seen making a quick exit, jogging out of the bowling spot to avoid questions.
The former Disney star could be in a sour mood over the numbers from his latest flick.
The military drama Man Down sold an embarrassing one ticket in UK box offices. (It is worth noting that the movie was only playing at one theater in the country.)
Also, Man Down was also simultaneously released digitally via on-demand services so Perhaps LaBeouf fans opted to watch the flick in the comfort of their own homes.
One is the loneliest number: The actor-slash-artist could be in a sour mood over his movie Man Down's disappointing box office numbers. In the UK, the military drama only sold a single ticket. Above, you can see Shia and his co-star Kate Mara in a frame from the film
Luke-warm reviews: The military drama has also been panned critically, currently receiving a 15% rating on Rotten Tomatoes
The indie flick has been panned by critics as it currently has a 15% from 48 reviews on review aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes.
Man Down takes place in post-apocalyptic America as Shia's character - former US Marine Gabriel Drummer - searches for the whereabouts of his son.
Perhaps LaBeouf will have better luck in his next film outing. The star will return to the screen later this year in Borg Vs. McEnroe, which focuses on the famous rivalry between tennis players Björn Borg and John McEnroe.
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