Actor Shia LaBeouf was caught on video (below) cursing at a bartender inside a deli in Los Angeles on April 5.
LaBeouf accused a bartender at the deli of being a racist because the employee would not serve him french fries, reports TMZ.
"He’s about to hit me with a Grey Goose bottle about French fries?" LaBeouf shouted. "You f***ing racist bitch."
LaBeouf also yelled "You f****ed up!" and continued to curse at the bartender until he was escorted out by other employees.
An unidentified witness told TMZ that LaBeouf had been drinking beers at the establishment for three hours. The establishment includes a deli with a bar and is connected to a bowling alley.
The gossip site said LaBeouf returned after he realized that he still had bowling shoes on.
LaBeouf has not commented on the incident.
In more LaBeouf news, assault charges against the actor were dropped on April 1, noted CNN.
The charges stemmed from an incident in January when LaBeouf allegedly got into a scuffle in New York City.
A 25-year-old man, who was filming himself, called LaBeouf over and told him, "Hitler did nothing wrong."
LaBeouf was filmed shoving the man in front of the Museum of the Moving Image; the incident was later posted on Twitter.
The scuffle happened in front of LaBeouf's anti-Trump art exhibit, HEWILLNOTDIVIDE.US, which was installed outside the museum.
The exhibit featured a 24-hour livestreaming camera, which broadcast LaBeouf being arrested by the police in real time; that video was posted on social media as well.
A Queens District Attorney's Office spokeswoman said because of insufficient evidence in the case, there was a "pre-arraignment dismissal" of the charges.
LaBeouf did not comment.
LaBeouf's art exhibit was closed in February because of violence, according to a statement by the museum:
The Museum of the Moving Image has closed HEWILLNOTDIVIDE.US, a participatory Internet streaming performance by LaBeouf, Ronkko & Turner. The installation created a serious and ongoing public safety hazard for the Museum, its visitors, staff, local residents, and businesses.
The installation had become a flashpoint for violence and was disrupted from its original intent.
While the installation began constructively, it deteriorated markedly after one of the artists was arrested on the site of the installation and ultimately necessitated this action. Over the course of the installation, there have been dozens of threats of violence and numerous arrests, such that police felt compelled to be stationed outside the installation 24 hours a day, seven days a week.