Don't be alarmed! The rugged bearded man standing on the side of the road is not a homeless person, in fact it's no other than "Even Stevens" star, Shia LaBeouf. And, this time it seems like he's taken his role in "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" a bit too seriously.

But, why? We're asking the same thing. Apparently, Labeouf is hitchhiking through the U.S. for the sake of "art."

The "Transformers" leading man has brought some pals with him for the journey, artists Nastja Rönkkö and Luke Turner.

RELATED:  Kanye West’s Saint Pablo tour hits Boston, New York and Philly this fall

The trio started their adventure in May and have hit cities in Utah, Detroit, New Orleans, Pennsylvania and more. Note how they haven't stopped in California, Illinois or New York, perhaps because of LaBeouf's extensive criminal record. 

On Sunday night, LaBeouf was spotted on a boat in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. The following night, he traveled to Sheboygan. And, last night he was seen making his way through Minnesota. Let's not forget, this is for art people.

So, how does one find Mr. LaBeouf? It's simple, a set of GPS coordinates are posted via his Twitter @thecampaignbook, then the three friends wait for someone to pick them up.

RELATED: Adele to Bowie producer: ‘Dude, suck my d---’

Obviously, their trip is being covered by the Internet's most hipster news outlet VICE. can be be followed by visiting http://takemeanywhere.vice.com/ or searching the hashtag #takemeanywhere on Twitter. Just yesterday, the ticker was making it's way down interstate 90, where LaBeouf was making his way through Minnesota into South Dakota.

Where will this curly haired hitchhiker venture to next? We sincerely hope that he's on his best behavior. If not, he can always go revisit the place where he found the most "terrific egg sandwich."