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A torn shirt wearing, cigarette smoking, feeding strawberries by hand to a woman, Shia LaBeouf was arrested last night during a performance of Cabaret in Studio 54. Apparently Shia was being obnoxious during the show and smoking and talking and some people who were seated next to him thought it was an act and that he was brilliant. Others were not as amused and police were called and Shia was led out in handcuffs. Earlier in the night he was drinking at the bar and drunk when he hand fed some strawberries to a woman at the bar, but did tip the bartender really well. Just another night in Shia land as he gets set to promote his new movie with Brad Pitt.
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