Jun 29, 2011

Shia LaBeouf covers Details Mag, admits that he hooked up with Megan Fox
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Entertainment

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I can’t help it – sometimes I find Shia LaBeouf very attractive. Not in a “I must have the Fassbender RIGHT NOW” kind of attractive, but sometimes Shia looks kind of dirty and sexy, and I could totally see getting drunk with him and bringing him home. He’s the cover boy for the August issue of Details, and some of these photos are… nice. You can see the slideshow here. His scruffy facial hair is working, his arms look good, he’s kind of dirty and sweaty, and YES, I have issues with men. Don’t even start. Anyway, the Details piece is called “Hollywood’s Last Bad Boy” – er… but it’s a decent read. Shia usually gives a decent interview. Here are some highlights:

On his reported bar fight: “I’m at a bar, trying to be with my friends,” he begins, still a little peeved several months after the night in question, “and a dude comes up to me and says he wants a photograph, and I say no.” He’s talking about the widely reported incident at Mad Bull’s Tavern in Sherman Oaks in February that ended with one of Hollywood’s most bankable stars chilling on the curb in handcuffs. “Then he comes up with his girlfriend and says it’s for her, and I say, ‘Actually, I’m a little topsy-turvy, man. Can I not?’”
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