Mel Gibson has been cautioned in Australia after causing a disturbance on a bus.
The troubled actor became agitated when there was only a window seat left available on the bus. Gibson, 54, refused to sit by the window as he was "afraid of Aborigines looking in."
Gibson is alleged to have sworn at an elderly woman and made a lewd gesture to the bus driver who asked him to leave.
Johnny Outback was a passenger on the bus and remembers the scene vividly, "He just got real angry real fast! Children where crying and this woman screamed. He was like a madman! He was just saying "I'm not sitting there! I'm not sitting there! The Aborigines can look in on me! Do you know who I am? I'm f***ing Braveheart!"
Another passenger on the bus, who preferred to remain anonymous, recalled the scene as Gibson left the bus, "He was pleading with the driver to let him stay on the bus as he was afraid of the "villager's spears" but the driver refused. He literally threw Gibson off. People started to cheer. We drove off pretty quick. I looked over my shoulder and saw Mel heading for the trees. That's the last I saw of him."
Gibson was picked up by police and taken to his home where he was cautioned.