Video footage has emerged of Shia LaBeouf apologising after he was involved in a bar fight in London last night (16.01.14).
Shia LaBeouf has apologised for getting into a bar fight, insisting he is just a ''normal'' person.
The 'Nymphomaniac' actor was caught on camera apparently headbutting a fellow drinker in the Hobgoblin pub in New Cross, south London, after he allegedly insulted the mother of his girlfriend Mia Goth and video footage has now emerged of him issuing a rambling apology for his actions last night (16.01.14).
In the video, which was posted on gossip website TMZ, he said: ''I'm not trying to have any more problems, I'm just really trying to make peace.
''I'm a normal human being, I accept what I get into to do what I love. I'm not trying to s**t on nobody.
''I am a human being. I am super-normal. I'm more normal than most, but when people want to get all hostile and they s**t on my girl's mom and say things that are out of turn ... I'm just trying to make peace, you know.''
His speech is then rendered inaudible as other people sharing his table talk over him, but the group can be heard discussing that such things happen when people have been drinking.
In the first video which was released, Shia was seen appearing to headbutt the man and shouting: ''What are you saying about my girl's mom? Are you f**king kidding me bro?''
In the clip, a woman can be heard shouting the actor's name in an attempt to calm him down.
After the 27-year-old star - who can also be seen screaming in the man's ear - was restrained by one of the two women he was with, the other female said to the guy: ''Don't be sarcastic with us again. Don't even play smart.''
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