Kicking off the day with a dose of caffeine, Shia LaBeouf hit up a local Los Angeles gas station for a cup of coffee on Tuesday morning (July 1).

The “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” hunk wore a Che Guevara shirt with distressed jeans as he scurried out of the convenience store and made his way to an Alcoholic Anonymous meeting.

In light of his high-profile arrest at the Broadway show “Cabaret” last week, Shia’s career is in serious trouble, according to film critic Richard Roeper.

He told the Daily News, “If his career hasn’t reached the tipping point, he’s right there on the verge of it, where just the announcement that Shia LaBeouf is in a movie is going to draw more snickers than, ‘Oh I’m looking forward to it.'”

“If I’m a studio or I’m a producer and I’m writing the checks, I wouldn’t cast LaBeouf right now. Because there are a lot of other talented young actors who show up on time, do a really good job and you don’t have to worry about what they’re going to do between the time you’re yelling, ‘Cut,’ and the time you’re yelling, ‘Action,’ the next morning. Why take that risk?”