Remember last week, when some random dude named Mario Licato was punched in the face merely for resembling actor/walking performance art piece Shia LeBeouf? Well, it seems word of the attack has reached the real Shia, who felt so bad about the whole ordeal that he reached out to apologize to the poor guy himself. Show More Summary
On the evening of April 23, New York man Mario Licato was violently assaulted in the Lower East Side because he resembled actor Shia LaBeouf. Now, adding insult to injury, the real Shia LaBeouf is bothering him on the phone. Read more...
Last Saturday at the Delancey Street F train station on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, a New York City advertising art director was punched in the face by an unknown assailant who said only, “This is because you look exactly like ShiaShow More Summary
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Oh great, now everyone who looks like a celebrity is gonna want to get knocked unconscious by a drunk sociopath. Cosmopolitan.com reports that Mario Licato, the New York man who was subjected to a vicious punch from a stranger enraged by Licato's notable resemblance to Shia LaBeouf, got an apology voice-mail ... More »
Mario Licato, the advertising art director sucker-punched at a Lower East Side subway station over the weekend for looking like Shia LaBeouf, got some encouraging words from the Beouf himself. [ more › ]
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Shia LaBeouf and his rumored fiancee Mia Goth hold hands while going to lunch together on Wednesday (April 27) in Studio City, Calif. The 29-year-old actor made headlines earlier this week after a New York City man was punched in the face just for looking like the star. “wanna thank the guy who randomly decided [...]
“Welcome to New York, buddy.”
Mario Licato may have a black eye and several stitches, but at least he also has an voicemail from Shia LaBeouf? The New York City man was headed to a bar on the Lower East Side last weekend when he was unceremoniously punched in the...Show More Summary
If anyone knows how it feels, it's Shia LaBeouf.
The two then discussed the fact that they look alike. This story has everything you need right now.
A New York man was walking up the stairs at a subway station Saturday night when a man walking the other way punched him right in the face. Why? "This is because you look like f---ing Shia LeBeouf," the stranger yelled at Mario Licato, as detailed in the police report...
Unfortunately, this is not one of Shia's performance art pieces. Shia LaBeouf has such a notorious image nowadays, that even his doppelgängers are starting to get harassed due to his wild antics. Just ask Mario Licato — a New York City man who got punched in the face while using the subway all because he looks like [...]
"I didn't even see the guy. I just see his fist coming towards me. It knocked me, and while I was falling down the stairs, all I hear was, 'This is because you look exactly like Shia LaBeouf!'"
Mario Licato has been punched before. Once. In the back of the head, not the front. But that was "definitely not for looking like Shia LaBeouf." Those days are gone. The 26-year-old New Yorker found himself face-to-fist in a Lower East Side subway station over the weekend when he crossed paths...
A New York City man leaving the subway was sucker-punched by a man who said it was because he looks like the actor Shia LaBeouf. Mario Locato said, "I didn't even see the guy. I just see his fist coming towards me. It knocked me, and...Show More Summary
Shia LaBeouf once wore a paper bag over his head to announce "I am not famous anymore," but he's still famous enough that strangers are willing to punch other strangers on the streets of New York simply for resembling him. That's when...Show More Summary
Is it just us, or is Shia LaBeouf giving off TOTAL James Franco vibes these days?? On Tuesday, the Holes alum channeled his inner poet for an email interview with Complex Magazine. While promoting Alma Har'el's documentary LoveTrue, for which he served as an executive producer, the former Disney darling answered all of the questions asked [...]
I have very strong feelings about Shia LaBeouf. Or I suppose, to be more accurate, I have no feelings about Shia LaBeouf because I do not spend time thinking about him regularly, and when he is brought up he...