His bizarre political protest site

ACTOR Shia LaBeouf was arrested after a scuffle at his oddball anti-Trump art instillation in Queens, New York, on Wednesday night according to police.

The actor was performing his “He Will Not Divide Us” livestream protest when someone disrupted the exhibit and LaBeouf allegedly assaulted him.

A video taken from the performance, going on outside the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, shows LaBeouf being apprehended in the background.

In an earlier video, a man approaches LaBeouf and embraces him before strangely shouting, “Hitler did nothing wrong.”

LaBeouf then appears to shove the man before the camera pans away from the scene.

It was not clear if this was the same incident LaBeouf was arrested for.

The actor was being held at the 114th Precinct Station house Thursday morning (local time).

Labeouf’s ambitious political protest has been set up in New York, and the project features a camera mounted outside the city’s Museum of Moving Images showing a sign bearing the words “He will not divide us”.

An instruction urges passers-by to stand in front of the wall and repeat the words as a form of protest against the new presidency.

LaBeouf teased the project over the past six days, Tweeting the words “He will not divide us” to his nearly 50,000 followers.

A website for the movement says the camera will be available and will livestream for the next four years — 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

“Commencing at 9am on January 20, 2017, the day of the inauguration of the 45th President of the United States, the public is invited to deliver the words “HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US” into a camera mounted on a wall outside the Museum of the Moving Image, New York, repeating the phrase as many times, and for as long as they wish,” the website states.

“Open to all, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the participatory performance will be live-streamed continuously for four years, or the duration of the presidency. In this way, the mantra “HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US” acts as a show of resistance or insistence, opposition or optimism, guided by the spirit of each individual participant and the community.