Shia LaBeouf's social meltdown and weird antics have reached such a level that when fans hear his name these days, they expect the worst. But relax; the troubled 27-year-old Hollywood actor's name isn't on the obituary just yet, and we hope it won't be anytime soon.
There is no end in sight for his penchant for faux pas though. On Tuesday, he reverted back to proving how sorry he is for all the plagiarism he's done, and once again, his way of doing so was as bizarre as something you'd expect from him.
This time, he has become a part of a week-long art installation in Los Angeles, where his part is to just sit in a room with his mask on. What happens here is that visitors first grab a prop used in one of his previous projects and then enter his room to simply stare or say things to His Sorriness himself.
He doesn't respond to anything and takes in whatever comments people pass during his viewing. Those who're having trouble grabbing the logic behind this exercise can experience the whole thing themselves as Shia intends to keep sitting in his "#IAMSORRY" room every day from 11 am to 6 pm till Sunday.
He showed immense patience on Day 1, but do you think he can bear this:
Kind of want to go to this Shia LaBeouf #IAmSorry performance art thing & see how long he can listen to me talk MLS tactics.— Jason (@chestrockwell14) February 12, 2014
Those who've witness Shia's performance art, tweeted these:
And then there are these guys too:
#ShiaLaBeouf should do an art installation where he gets in a metal box and we put that box in the ocean forever.— Ryan Walls (@RyanWallsTweets) February 12, 2014
And the Golden Baby award for longest mantrum goes to #ShiaLaBeouf— Hayley (@ThatHayleyAnne) February 12, 2014
I hope #ShiaLaBeouf gets some help. I was a fan of his growing up. He's obviously going through something serious right now.— ? K?i?ss ? (@bohemianmah) February 12, 2014