“I'm a normal human being. Like, I'm super normal. I'm super normal. I'm super normal. Like, more normal than most,” the actor says
Shia LaBeouf announced his retirement “from all public life” last week, but must have gotten drunk and forgot about it on Thursday when he was caught on camera getting into a fight at a London pub, and then apologizing for it.
“I'm not trying to have, like, anymore problems. You understand? Like, I'm really just trying to make peace,” LaBeouf told a group of women in a video (above) posted by TMZ. “I mean, I'm a normal human being. I accept what I got to get into to do what I love. You know what I mean? And I'm not trying to shit on nobody.”
The ruckus reportedly began at the pub, a place called Hobgoblin, when another patron made a comment about the mother of a woman LaBeouf was with.
A video shows the “Nymphomaniac” star, who is currently shooting David Ayer's war movie “Fury” in the UK, headbutting his target while asking, ”What are you saying about my girl's mom?”
After things calmed down, LaBeouf took a seat at the table where the man was sitting and spilled his drunken heart out to the people left sitting there.
“I'm a normal human being. Like, I'm super normal,” LaBeouf assured. “I'm super normal. I'm super normal. Like, more normal than most.”
LaBeouf has been facing a lot of public scrutiny in recent weeks since apologizing for plagiarizing Daniel Clowes’ 2007 comic “Justin M. Damiano” with his first short film “HowardCantour.com.”