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Video: Drunk Shia LaBeouf Beaten to the Ground During Street Fight

October 18, 2011 (9:01 am) GMT
An eyewitness says that the 'Transformers' star got at least three punches to the head during the sidewalk brawl that took place after he and his beater got kicked out from a bar in Vancouver, Canada.

gets his ass kicked in a recent street fight. TMZ has just brought forth a footage of the "" star being beaten to the ground by a shirtless man after a reported heated exchange inside a bar in Vancouver, Canada in the early hours of Friday, October 14 morning.

The video captures the moment when Shia was repeatedly punched in the head by another man, identified only as Mike, before a few bystanders came to his aid. One eyewitness told Radar Online that the 25-year-old actor "was obviously pretty intoxicated" and took at least three punches.

According to the witness, Shia and Mike had their first clash just after 12:30 A.M. inside the Cinema Public House. After some heated exchange, the two got kicked out of the nightspot by security. It was when Shia was waiting for a taxi that Mike ripped off his shirt and attacked the actor.

Moments after the attack, one bystander tried to calm Shia down. As soon as he got back on his feet again however, the "" star tried to chase after Mike and had to be restrained. The witness detailed, "The guy had to tell him something like 'calm down or I'll have to lay you out'. Then Shia just put his hands up and gave up."

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