Shia LaBeouf lost his car

Celebrity Sightings In Los Angeles - February 10, 2014

In a scene plagiarized straight out of the script of the 2000 Ashton Kutcher flick “Dude, Where’s My Car?” Shia LaBeouf, a guy who is not famous anymore (as he keeps reminding us) could not find his ride at LAX yesterday.

The “Nymphomaniac” actor (but please, note that while he is an actor, he is in no way famous, anymore) had reportedly just arrived home from a press junket in Germany. When he emerged in the arrivals terminal, dude couldn’t find his car. (Specifically, dude couldn’t find his limo driver.)

TMZ reports that a paparazzo (probably hoping to spot someone famous, but settling for LaBeouf who, if I failed to mention earlier, is not famous anymore) caught the “Even Stevens” star wandering around the airport in search of his driver. Unfortunately, there’s no existing script (that I know of) or famous quotation detailing what one is to do in case of losing one’s driver in an airport, so LaBeouf was understandably at a loss. The best he could have done was pull a page from “The Terminal” script and made a nice home for himself adjacent to a Jamba Juice.

Luckily, the wayward driver eventually found LaBeouf and escorted him to his car and, presumably, home. And thank goodness, because we all know Shia LaBeouf is the type of guy who couldn’t find his way out of a paper bag.



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