Troubled Shia LaBeouf rides around New York City on a bicycle in a rare appearance after racist rant at police in Georgia

He was arrested in Georgia in July for public drunkenness, disorderly conduct and obstruction. 

But Shia LaBeouf, 31, looked like he was trying to put his troubles behind him as he was spotted riding a bicycle around Manhattan on Tuesday.

The Even Stevens star appeared subdued in camouflage colors, including a light green T-shirt and grey shorts. 

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No more racist rants? Shia LaBeouf, 31, looked like he was trying to put his troubles behind him when he was spotted riding a bicycle around Manhattan on Tuesday

No more racist rants? Shia LaBeouf, 31, looked like he was trying to put his troubles behind him when he was spotted riding a bicycle around Manhattan on Tuesday

He paired the casual ensemble with heavy boots and a camouflage baseball cap as he expertly navigated the city on two wheels.

Keeping with the theme, Shia was wearing an army backpack with his helmet tied to it, opting not to put it on for the ride.

The Fury star entertained himself during the outing with music as he wore headphones for the duration.

Last month, the actor was arrested in Savannah, Georgia, where he was filming his new movie, for disorderly conduct, obstruction, and public drunkenness. 

Trying to blend in? The Even Stevens star appeared subdued in camouflage colors, including a light green T-shirt and grey shorts

Trying to blend in? The Even Stevens star appeared subdued in camouflage colors, including a light green T-shirt and grey shorts

Keeping it casual: The actor paired the casual ensemble with heavy boots and a camouflage baseball cap as he expertly navigated the city on two wheels

Keeping it casual: The actor paired the casual ensemble with heavy boots and a camouflage baseball cap as he expertly navigated the city on two wheels

Police arrived after an intoxicated Shia began swearing in front of women and children, after his request to bum a cigarette was rejected.

He attempted to avoid arrest by running to a nearby hotel, but was  booked in the lobby.

He was released from jail later that day on a $7,000 bond.

Video - obtained by TMZ - showed the Hollywood star ranting and raving at police while he was being held inside the station prior to his release.  

Out and about: Keeping with the theme, Shia was wearing an army backpack with his helmet tied to it, opting not to put it on for the ride

Out and about: Keeping with the theme, Shia was wearing an army backpack with his helmet tied to it, opting not to put it on for the ride

Keeping a low profile: He hasn't been seen out much since apologizing for his racist rant during an arrest in Georgia in June

Keeping a low profile: He hasn't been seen out much since apologizing for his racist rant during an arrest in Georgia in June

'F*** you b****, f*** you b****,' he is heard telling the white police officer at the start of the first clip.

'Hey, when you go home to your wife, what do you tell her at night? You know she watches porn, she probably watches the x-f***ing big boys and s***, like looking at black d***.

'Don't you feel f***ed up being white about that? Don't you feel like 'f*** man, I ain't got all the goods'. Don't you feel like a white joke?'

His words also became violent, saying: 'If I had my gun I'll blow your s**t up,' and 'You put your own kind in the f*****g pen.'

Disorderly: Police arrested Shia in July when he began swearing in front of women and children, after his request to bum a cigarette was rejected

Disorderly: Police arrested Shia in July when he began swearing in front of women and children, after his request to bum a cigarette was rejected

As he was getting fingerprinted, the actor went on a racist rant, exclaiming: 'A black man arrested me for being white.'

He also told the black officer 'You're going to hell, straight to hell, bro.'

The video then ends as he is led away by two other officers.

The star ultimately apologized for his offensive words, penning a solemn statement on Twitter.

'I am deeply ashamed of my behavior and make no excuses for it,' LaBeouf wrote in a statement. 

Saying sorry: The screen star issued an apology for his offensive behavior on Twitter

Saying sorry: The screen star issued an apology for his offensive behavior on Twitter

'I don't know if these statements are too frequent, or not shared often enough, but I am certain that my actions warrant a very sincere apology to the arresting officers, and I am grateful for their restraint.  

He continued: 'My outright disrespect for authority is problematic to say the least, and completely destructive to say the worst.

'It is a new low. A low I hope is a bottom. I have been struggling with addiction publicly for far too long, and I am actively taking steps towards securing my sobriety and hope I can be forgiven for my mistakes.' 

 

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