Daily News: Shia LaBeouf’s good behavior period is over. LaBeouf was cuffed in Texas on Friday night – a month after a required six months avoiding any trouble with the law ended under the terms of his March plea deal. LaBeouf tried to cross the street against a “Don’t Walk” signal around 7:30 p.m. at E. 6th and San Jacinto Blvd. “Man, he’s on drugs,” a witness can be heard saying. Other accounts of Friday’s arrest also brought to mind LaBeouf’s bizarre behavior at a musical in New York City in 2014.
I’ve been somewhat out of the game for the last week/week and a half. Between the Mets winning every night and my reemergence into the workforce, spare time has been tough to come by. So this story is a little late, but no Shia LaBeouf news should go unspoken about. On one hand, this is a total non story. On the other hand, Shia LaBeouf is walking gold. He can’t cross the street without making a headline (see what I did there?). But this just isn’t right. Jaywalking is the biggest non crime of all time. In fact, I’m arguing that the people who don’t jaywalk should be cuffed. Those idiots standing on the corner and serving as barriers to people who have important places to go are taking up prime real estate on busy sidewalks, and THAT is the real crime. If I ever get a jaywalking ticket I will laugh right in the cop’s face.
Jaywalking at 7:30pm? A bittttt harsh, no?
PS – First blog written on my new computer and holy shit does it make a difference. I’ve been typing away at my white plastic dinosaur Macbook from 2010 like a goddamn neanderthal for too long. Only complaint so far is that this metal thing is tough to adjust to. It’s slippery and cold and my hands need time to adjust.