Watch: Shia LaBeouf cameos in Gay Men’s Chorus ‘Shia LaBeouf’ parody

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Shia LaBeouf has appeared in a video with the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles, parodying himself.

The Gay Men’s Chorus teamed up with singer-songwriter Rob Cantor to record a video for viral hit ‘Shia LaBeouf’, which tells the story of LaBeouf as a cannibal, inspired by his frequent bizarre outbursts.

The troubled Transformers star makes an appearance himself at the end of the video, applauding the performance menacingly and enthusiastically.

The actor was arrested for disorderly conduct in a theatre in June, after allegedly disrupting a performance of Cabaret – in which bisexual actor Alan Cumming stars as the Emcee – and referring to a police officer as a “fag”.

Last week he blamed the incident on Alan Cumming being too sexy, explaining: “Alan Cumming walks past me and all I’m thinking about are his leather pants and him winking at me, and he walks past me and I give him a slap on the ass cause I think he deserves it, and he’s seducing me, I mean he’s the sexiest man I’ve ever seen.

“And I just don’t slap and slap but I slapped and grabbed him. I grabbed the whole cheek cause I wanted the party right here in my pants.”

Alan Cumming responded: “I think he was just really messed up. He didn’t apologise, but he explained it last week – I thought that was a very good thing.

“He made a very good recovery, and he did say that the reason he did it was I was the sexiest man he’d ever seen, so there’s that.”