Shia LaBeouf, Mug Shot, Austin Police Department

Austin Police Department

Shia LaBeouf got himself into trouble again.

The actor was arrested on Friday at around 7:30 p.m. outside of a bar on 6th Street in Austin, Texas, and charged with public intoxication, the Austin Police Department said in a statement obtained by E! News. It released a mug shot, which shows the actor sporting mustache and scruffy beard and wearing a blue T-shirt.

LaBeouf, who was in town for the Austin City Limits music festival, ran down the street and jaywalked in front of police, according to TMZ, who first reported the story, and officers gave the celeb a warning not to do it again.

Apparently, Shia didn't listen, and his antics caused authorities to put handcuffs on him and take him in. E! News has reached out to LaBeouf's rep for comment.

Shia's arrest quickly made it's way to the Twittersphere as locals who were also out at the bars tonight snapped photos and took videos of the 29-year-old being restrained by police.

LaBeouf has had a rocky couple of years, having been arrested for disrupting a performance of Cabaret and putting on a tear-filled performance art exhibit at a Los Angeles gallery. He later admitted he was going through an "existential crisis."

Most recently, the former child star got into a huge fight with ex-girlfriend Mia Goth in Germany back in July, and admitted he was afraid he "would have killed her."

In the video, obtained by Entertainment Tonight, the couple is seen yelling at each other outside of a taxicab near a hotel, where the 29-year-old actor can be heard threatening to get physical with his then-girlfriend. "I don't wanna touch you. I don't wanna be aggressive. This is the kind of s--t that makes a person abusive," LaBeouf told Goth.

The video then cuts to LaBeouf driving away with the group of people he met, backpack in tow. Even though he was seen putting his hands up as Goth approached him earlier, it seems that had he stayed the fight might have escalated into something further as he tells the people in the car, "If I'd have stayed there, I would have killed her."

—Reporting by Sara Kitnick

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