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SHIA LABEOUF STORMS OUT OF NYMPHOMANIAC PRESS CONFERENCE AFTER QUOTING ERIC CANTONA...THEN ARRIVES AT PREMIERE UNDER A PAPER BAG

He claims he's retiring from public life after a series of bizarre outbursts. And Shia LaBeouf doesn't appear to have changed his mind - if his behavior yesterday is any indication. After arriving at the Nymphomaniac Volume I photocall Grand Hyatt Hotel in Berlin, Germany looking grubby and unkempt - and even missing a bottom tooth - Shia then left the press conference after answering just one question. Then, less than an hour later, he cleaned up for the film's premiere in a smart suit, but donned a paper bag over his head reading “I am not famous anymore.”

RUSSIAN OLYMPIC SNOWBOARDER RECEIVES THOUSANDS OF TEXTS AFTER WRITING HIS CELL PHONE NUMBER ON HIS HELMET

Here's hoping Russian snowboarder Alexey Sobolev has unlimited texting on his phone. Sobolev competed in slopestyle qualifying on Thursday with his cellphone number written on his helmet. It was his idea of trying to get through what he called the boredom of the athletes' village on the mountain. Sobolev says he has received more than 2,000 texts since then. “Most of the messages are good luck messages and messages from the girls,” Sobolev said.  “Some of the messages are not appropriate to read aloud.” Olympic rules prevent Sobolev from competing with his number on his helmet in the finals on Saturday. As far as he's concerned, his mission is already accomplished: “Everyone already knows my number.” His number is: +79250222285

CLINT EASTWOOD SAVES THE LIFE OF CHOKING GOLF DIRECTOR BY PERFORMING THE HEIMLICH

Clint Eastwood came to the rescue of a man that was choking while at a golf tournament in Pebble Beach, California on Wednesday. Eastwood was attending a volunteer party on the eve of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am when he noticed tournament director Steve John, 50, choking on a piece of cheese.  Eastwood quickly performed the Heimlich Manoeuver while at the Monterey Conference Center. The tournament director acknowledges that it was Clint's fast action that saved his life. “I was drinking water and eating these little appetizers, threw down a piece of cheese and it just didn't work,” Steve said Friday.  “I was looking at him and couldn't breathe. He recognized it immediately and saved my life.”