Shia LaBeouf, in actual life, where he doesn’t kill for sport or eat huguy bodies. (Markus Schreiber/AP)

We all understand that Shia LaBeouf is the star of the “Transformers” movies, former boyfriend of the now-married Carey Mulligan and also a man who may, if provoked, throw coffee at a photographer and also run amethod.

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But did you recognize that Shia LaBeouf is ... a cannibal?

Well, of course you didn’t know that for a fact because it’s not true. I repeat, for the sake of clarity: Shia LaBeouf does not eat people. But in recent days, a patently absurd, thoabout random and extremely catchy song that says the “Disturbia” star feasts on flesh has actually gone viral online. This is the story behind it.

L.A. songwriter Rob Cantor, 28, is the male that composed the ridiculous ditty around “actual cannibal Shia LaBeouf,” who is “living in the woods, killing for sport and also eating all the bodies ” He says he penned the track last year “inspired by nothing however the sheer silliness of imagining Shia LaBeouf, face and also garments smeared through half-dried blood, terrorizing helpless victims in a dark hardwood.”

In an e-mail exchange today, Cantor — that writes music for TV, films and commercials as a freelancer and also likewise sings and plays guitar through the indie rock band Tally Hall — defined that he initially hoped Funny or Die would desire to usage the song in a video featuring the actual LaBeouf. But that didn’t happen.

“Then it simply sat on a tough drive for a year,” he states. “Then I posted it to my digital portfolio, and also a fan of the band discovered it and also tweeted about it. Then it just recorded fire.”

A few blogs — including Boing Boing — posted items around the song a pair of weeks earlier. Then earlier this week, Buzzfeed, that reresource for all sharable digital minutiae, posted an animated clip (embedded above) that is set to the song and was developed by YouTube user namefrifinish. Now the Shia LaBeouf Cannibal song is officially a point. The actor hasn’t commented on it yet, yet when he starts doing more press for his following film, “Lawless,” possibly he will certainly.

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Cantor claims he’s not a LaBeouf superfan. His main factor for deciding that Sam Witwicky should be musically explained as brandishing a knife and living in the shadows? “It was even more that his name, once whispered really intensely, simply made me giggle.”

Apparently he’s not alone. If you desire a copy of the Shia LaBeouf song so you deserve to listen to it while working out — because pretfinishing you’re running from a bloodthirsty Shia LaBeouf will certainly motivate you to store running on the treadmill, right? — it have the right to be downloaded for $1 on Cantor’s Internet website.