The Word: Shia LaBeouf got kicked in the nuts

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If you were walking down the street and saw a young woman throwing up would you a) give her a wide berth and go about your business, b) stop and ask if she was OK and if she perhaps could benefit from a napkin or a breath mint or c) take out your cell phone and start filming her so you could send snapchats of a stranger puking to all your bros?

If you picked a — hey, you’re just like me. I don’t mess with vomit. Just typing out the word vomit made me almost puke in my mouth. Not my vomit, not my problem. If you picked b — hey, you’re a really good person! A better one than I. You make other people’s vomit your problem, and that’s pretty cool of you. If you picked c, however — hey, you’re a raging d-bag! And also you’re Shia LaBeouf.

Because, according to the Daily Mail, that’s pretty much exactly what happened when LaBeouf came across a chick tossing her cookies on the street in London this weekend.

The 27-year-old (seriously bro? grow up.) actor was apparently so tickled by the sight of a girl getting sick in public that he took out his cell phone and started filming it. But, like, why? The fact that this is a really dick move aside, what was he even going to do with that footage? (Actually, dude is supposedly a major weirdo, maybe he was going to add it to his … personal collection?)

No dick deed goes unpunished, however. Because what happened next is amazing. When LaBeouf refused to stop filming her — despite very reasonable pleas to cease and desist and, also, screw off, from the girl’s friends — he got kicked in the nuts by a passerby.

There is justice in the world. And it will jump-kick you in your privates if you don’t behave.



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