That fellow bar-goer was Mark Mastro, who had just wanted a picture with Shia earlier in the night.
"He was drinking and hanging out with his pals when I went over and asked if I could take a picture with him. I'm a huge fan and just wanted to get a picture. I reached out to shake his hand and called him Mr. LeBeouf."
The source goes on:
“But Mastro says the actor blew him off, glared at him and then squeezed his hand so hard it hurt. He said he was there "chillin'" and wanted to be left alone.”
That’s understandable, but you don’t have to be so mean about it!
So then Mastro and a friend go outside, and that’s when Shia comes out too.
“My friend said, 'what's up Shia'? Shia told him to 'get the f**k out of my way.' He was slurring his words. That's when I said to my buddy, 'don't worry, he's just a f**king fa**ot anyway'," Mastro says. He turned around, cursed me out, and I started laughing.”
Shia went to his truck, but then came back!
“All of a sudden, he jumped out, and ran back towards the bar. He charged at me! I jumped over the patio fence onto the sidewalk to get away from him. But he kept coming after me. He was getting in my face. He was talking sh*t. He was chest-bumping me."
To us it doesn’t seem like anybody is right in this situation. Calling him that was DEF against Mastro’s better judgement, but Shia didn’t have to resort to violence at all!
Nobody was actually put in handcuffs either, recounts Mastro, and because Shia was so visibly drunk, the cops wouldn’t let him anywhere near his car. He ended up leaving with his friends.
Shia, bb! U gotta learn to let it slide! If you’re out with your friends to relax, then relax!
And Mark, don’t call people names!
We feel like we’re scolding a bunch of drunk toddlers! LOLz!
Do U agree??
[Image via Andres Otero WENN.]