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The Word: Alex Pettyfer hates L.A.

Alex Pettyfer might be “Number Four,” but he’s also a terrible person.

You can ‘thank’ him later ...

He might be “Number Four,” but he’s also a terrible person. In the new edition of VMAN magazine, British actor and “I Am Number Four” star Alex Pettyfer doesn’t come off very well. His take on Los Angeles: “I think it’s this insidious pool where nearly everyone lives in fear. Geographically it’s fantastic, but socially it’s disgusting,” he says. “I wish I had some interesting stories about living in L.A., but mostly I just do my work and then go home. Being an actor is like being in prison. You go, you serve your time, you try and replicate Johnny Depp’s career and then you move to Paris.” But the star is at least trying to remember his manners: Pettyfer reveals to the magazine that he has a tattoo of the words “thank you” positioned just above his groin. “In case I forget to say it,” he explains.

Hopefully the next person he shows it to will have “you’re welcome” tattooed on the palm of her hand ... which he sees when she smacks the smugness right out of him.

Lindsay Lohan’s new role

Lindsay Lohan may end up spending much of her community service hours teaching acting to homeless women, according to TMZ. The troubled starlet is set to work at L.A.’s Downtown Women’s Center, which also happens to run a theater workshop. A spokesperson for the center said the staff was “extremely interested in having Lindsay contribute her talents when she kicks off her 360 hours of community service this week.” And according to sources, Lohan herself is up for the idea, believing the workshop would be “a perfect fit for her community service.”

Those poor women — they have no home, live in shelters and now have to be subjected to this? But they might be a good, captive audience for Lohan — women who don’t have homes have no windows to jump out of. Plus, she can’t steal anything from them.

Follow Dorothy Robinson on Twitter at @DorothyatMetro.

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