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Monday, 5 November 2007

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Maybe he was just in there for cold tablets?

Star of the hit movie Transformers and Disney Channel veteran actor Shia LeBeouf was arrested early this morning on charges of public intoxication and drunk and disorderly in a Chicago pharmacy. The actor refused to leave when asked by a security guard, then was hauled away by police a short time later.

The actor is set to star in the upcoming Indiana Jones movie and may take over the franchise with the upcoming retirement of an aging Harrison Ford.

As he was hauled away by police, the actor begin screaming "You guys don't know what you're doing! I'll send Optimus Prime after you! I'll send Indiana Jones to melt your faces! I'll make you watch marathons of Disney Channel shows! I'll make sure the only video you stock is Holes!"

A short time later, when the sun rose over the windy city, police discovered that the Walgreens drug store was leveled to the ground and all of the employees had their faces melted off while appearing to be choking themselves. In the rubble were 258 copies of the movie Holes (all that was left of the initial release of 300 copies). Television sets in the wreckage appeared to have pictures from "That's So Raven: burned into the screen (which is theorized to have caused the employees to attempt to choke themselves).

No charges are pending.

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