Shia La Beouf was thrown out of bowling alley in Los Angeles on Wednesday after launching into a furious rant at a bartender.
The 30-year-old star was removed from a Pinz in Studio City by staff after getting into an altercation with another bowler.
He also live-streamed the experience so viewers could watch his facial expressions during the viewings.
Meanwhile, the former Disney star's latest film bombed at the box office.
In 2013 he was accused of plagiarism after releasing a short film which was actually an enactment of a short story written by author Daniel Clowes.
Shia credited the incident for introducing him to the world of performance art.
The indie flick has been panned by critics as it currently has a 15% from 48 reviews on review aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes.
In the final part of his series, Patrick Cockburn reports on a moment of historic significance – the end of the so-called ‘Islamic State’ project Millions of black-clad Shia pilgrims are converging on the holy city of Kerbala for the Arbaeen religious commemoration, the largest annual gathering of people anywhere on earth.The long ritual walk to his golden-domed shrine in that city – some walkers spend 10 or 12 days on the road from Basra or Kirkuk, others two or three days from Najaf – comes on the 40th day of the mourning period as religious fervour reaches its peak among the faithful.Shia cities, towns and villages all over Iraq empty out during a 20-day period as their people take to the roads in an elaborately organised and well protected mass movement not seen anywhere else in the world.The care of pilgrims is regarded as a religious duty.This year there are more red, white and black Iraqi national flags evident than before, indicating a shift towards greater identification with the Iraqi state by the Shia, traditionally marginalised by the Sunni since Ottoman times and before.In February 2014 Shia appeared with a paper bag over his head at the Cannes Film Festival premiere for his movie Nymphomaniac.