Shia LaBeouf storms out of press conference for ‘Nymphomaniac,’ wears paper bag on head

By Erica Albanese,

Shia LaBeouf walked out of a Berlin press conference for his film Nymphomaniac on Sunday, after only responding to one question. Later on, he showed up to the premiere of the film with a paper bag on his head.

According to the NY Daily News, LaBeouf was asked about his sex scenes in the upcoming movie.

He responded with a quote from French soccer player, Eric Cantona, saying, “When the seagulls follow the trawler, it's because they think sardines will be thrown into the sea. Thank you very much.” He then abruptly walked away.

Less than an hour later, he showed up to the premiere sporting a suit, bow tie and a paper bag that read “I am not famous anymore,” according to TMZ. This is the same line that he has recently been writing on his Twitter page.

LaBeouf’s strange antics began earlier on Saturday night when he almost got into a brawl with three men at a bar, after they tried to take a picture of him.

Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons



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