Things are getting pretty weird in the world of Shia LaBeouf. The former Disney star's behavior has been fairly erratic recently, but he took an even odder turn at a Berlin press conference for his latest film, Nymphomaniac. After being asked one question, which was about the film's sex scenes, LaBeouf said "When the seagulls follow the trawler, it's because they think sardines will be thrown into the sea. Thank you very much,” and walked out. The line was said by French soccer player Eric Cantona in the documentary Looking for Eric, but it's unclear why LaBeouf repeated it. He also walked the red carpet with a brown bag over his head that said “I am not famous anymore,” which he regularly tweets, as well.