Shia LaBeouf has been filmed making an apology after headbutting a man in a London bar brawl.
The 27-year-old actor originally got into a scuffle with a fellow drinker at the Hobgoblin pub in New Cross, South London, apparently over remarks made about the mother of his girlfriend, Mia Goth.
But in a new mobile phone video released by TMZ, the Hollywood actor can be seen attempting to make amends for his actions, claiming he is a ‘super normal’ person.
In the rambling apology, he said: ‘I’m not trying to have like any more problems, I’m just really trying to make peace.
‘I’m a normal human being, I accept what I get into to do what I love. I’m not trying to s**t on nobody.
‘I am a human being. I am super normal. I’m more normal than most, but when people want to get all hostile and they s**t on my girl’s mum and say things that are out of turn… I’m just trying to make peace, you know.’
The actor’s voice is then muffled under the voices of the other patrons sharing his table, but the group can be heard discussing how they understand these things happen when people are under the influence of alcohol.
Video of the original incident showed the Transformers star screaming at a man before leaning forward to headbutt him.
‘What are you saying about my girl’s mom? Are you f****** kidding me bro?’ Shia shouted into the man’s ear after the blow , as shown in a video posted by TMZ on Thursday.
The victim didn’t appear respond and a woman can be heard screaming for Shia to end the altercation before he is dragged away.
Shia and Mia starred together in the Lars von Trier film Nymphomaniac, and her mother lives close by the pub.
In November 2012, the Hobgoblin in New Cross also was the scene of a bar scuffle involving Shia and a customer who stole his hat.
Shia also got into an ugly fight outside a bar in Vancouver, Canada, in October 2011, in which he was punched to the ground and struck in the head by a shirtless man before getting up and staggering away.
And in February 2011, he became embroiled in a brawl at Mad Bull’s Tavern in the Sherman Oaks area of Los Angeles after a patron hurled a gay slur at him.
The new brawl is just the latest trouble for the young star. Just last week, Shia was mocked by comedian Jim Carrey at the Golden Globe Awards.
In mid-November, the Holes star was accused of plagiarising the work of comic book artist Daniel Clowes.
Shia has since been issuing a series of apologetic tweets and has even hired skywriters to spell out his messages of sorry over the skies of Los Angeles.
The sincerity of his apologies have been questioned though, as Shia has plagiarised several of his messages to Clowes.
The actor quit Broadway show Orphans in February due to creative differences with Alec Baldwin and director Daniel Sullivan.
Most recently, he has been filming war movie Fury with Brad Pitt in England.
MailOnline has contacted a representative for Shia LaBeouf for comment.