WATCH: Shia's bowling alley meltdown

Shia LaBeouf has been kicked out of a Los Angeles bowling alley after an altercation with the venue's bartender.

Shia's bowling alley meltdown

Shia's bowling alley meltdown

In new footage released by TMZ, the 30-year-old is seen being ejected from Pinz in Studio City, yelling that the venue's employee is a "f--king racist".

Shia loses his cool over french fries. Source: TMZ

Witnesses told the publication that the Transformers star had been at the bowling alley drinking beers for three hours before the incident occurred.

The outlet adds the outburst occurred when staff asked Shia to leave the venue and refused to serve him french fries. That's right, Shia lost his cool over french fries.

After getting kicked out, Shia was seen running down the street away from TMZ cameras that captured the meltdown.

This isn't the first fast-food related meltdown the actor has experienced in recent years, with a similar incident happening in Times Square in 2014.

It's not the first time the actor has lost his cool over fast food. Source: Getty

Man Down made just $11.50 at it's opening weekend in the UK. Source: Supplied

Shia was seen chasing a homeless man through the iconic New York landmark, demanding he hand over his bag of McDonald's.

“He really wanted whatever was in that bag. He had so much focus… If there were French fries in the bag, maybe he really wanted to eat them,” a witness told Page Six in 2014.

“He was dodging people and yelling, ‘Yo, come on!’. He was on a mission. It was so bizarre.”

Shia's latest episode comes as his latest movie, Man Down, bombed at the UK box office over the weekend.

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The war thriller sold just one ticket in what could be a world record for worst opening weekend.

ComScore reported the flicked managed to gross just £7 - or AU$11.50 - and received a measly 15 per cent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

“Poor Shia, that opening could be in the Guinness World Records or something," Paul Dergarabedian, a senior media analyst at Box Office tracking company ComScore told Variety.

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