Don Dada of Disorderly Conduct Arrested Again

July 11, 2017 | celebrity | Elliot Wolf | 0 Comments

The score is not so even stevens when it comes to Savannah Police Department and Shia LaBeouf. SPD up one, Shia zero. The range of Shia LaBeouf’s thuggery operates within the misdemeanor spectrum and falls into the category of truly being a special spectacle when examining the aggregation of his offenses. LaBeouf is far ahead in the polls of becoming the most popular public nuisance of the year. Now if they only had an Oscar available for that. Public melt-downs, presidential protests, and now public drunkenness is all under Shia’s belt and checked off his bucket list.

The actor was recently arrested in Georgia for public drunkenness, disorderly conduct, and obstruction. The typical charges any bro would face if he was to wander too far from the fraternity on a Friday night. But Shia wasn’t attending any university and was filming a movie by the name of “The Peanut Butter Falcon.” At 4am LaBeouf walked up to a police officer and bystander in quest of a cigarette.  When denied he became enraged and began shouting expletives in front of minor children. The triggered cop quickly reminded the Transformer actor that he wasn’t a fan of his mouth or attitude. Savannah Police Department then claims LaBeouf became aggressive with the officer and attempted to flee on foot to a nearby hotel, but was apprehended shortly after his terrible attempt at obtaining freedom on foot. He has since been released on $7,000 bond. An easy payout for Hasbro’s favorite son.

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