How's that for "pulling a Shia?" He may have plundered Daniel Cowes work and tried to pass it off as his own, but his apologies are far more unique. Unless you're Homer Simpson, that is.

For those not up to speed, Shia was getting an awful ribbing via Twitter for penning a short film ( starring Jim Gaffigan. You probably won't see it anywhere as it's been pulled) that was clearly based on Cowes' graphic novel Justin M. Damiano. He has since taken to the internet to post countless apologies, and now he's taken to the skies.

His landslide of "apologies" commenced on December 16th with the Tweet "I f**ked up", and were followed by increasingly verbose posts in which he plagerised apologies recently offered by porn stars and controversial pro-life advocates. He was trying to be smmeeeart.

Shia's recent attempts at an apology have been met with tweets such as: "I think we're all hoping to see several photos of "SEE YOU IN COURT, DICKHEAD" written in the skies over @thecampaignbook's house tomorrow" courtesy of @Siempre_La_Luna