Shia LeBeouf was in London this week filming the World War II movie, "Fury", when he was involved in a scuffle, according to Yahoo. He had been out late drinking with a friend during an evening out in the Leicester Square area of London, when they spotted two girls, who turned out to be Ash and Isis Nawaz, getting sick on the street.
So, he did what anyone would do, he pulled out his camera and started filming them. The girls told him to go away, but he didn't. He just kept right on recording them. Always the gentleman.
The girls' protests attracted the attention of a nearby man, who has yet to be identified. He came over and started yelling at the "Transformers" actor to stop, so LaBeouf turned the camera on him. The guy wasn't amused, so he knocked the camera from his hands and punched him.
Of course, a crowd began to gather, which garnered the attention of some bodyguards who were at a club close by. The bodyguards were able to break up the scuffle long enough for LeBeouf and his friend to run off.
"I only realized it was Shia after he’d been beaten up," Ash Nawaz said later. "If I’d known, I’d have let him film me as much as he liked. I have a massive crush on him."
Not surprisingly, this isn't the first time the carousing star has been in a scuffle in London. Only last year, he was involved in a fight in London after some guy stole his hat during a booze-soaked night on the town.
"The scrap all started when this guy took his hat. I think he was just joking, but Shia didn’t like it," a witness said at the time. The guy just took it off him and wouldn’t give it back. He tried to get it back and they ended up tussling. It was handbags really."
What is it about London that makes Shia crazy?
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