Scott Eastwood Got Busted Trying To Steal Signs Protesting A Coastal Real Estate Development

January 21, 2020 / Posted by:

Look, if Scott Eastwood can’t make it as an actor with that name and that face, then he’s obviously terrible at it. So we can’t blame him for exploring other occupational pursuits. One can only chase poon and suckle at daddy’s teat for so long before it becomes an embarrassment. (yes, Clint Eastwood has teats. They look like beef jerky and exude a tar-like substance similar to chewing tobacco expectorate) According to TMZ, Scott has diversified his portfolio to include some real estate investments. And in his spare time, he runs around Del Mar, California stealing signs protesting a new luxury resort that’s being built “atop 16.5 acres of oceanfront land north of San Diego.” Sadly though, he’s worse at stealing signs than he is at acting. Scott got caught in the act and was read for filth by a woman wearing yoga pants. Such a shame.

According to TMZ:

Scott Eastwood allegedly tried to pull a fast one and pose as a city official while taking down banners protesting a massive development project … but he got caught in the act and it’s all on video.

Here’s the deal … folks in Del Mar, CA are protesting a proposed luxury resort atop 16.5 acres of oceanfront land north of San Diego, and they’re voicing concerns with signs and banners around the town.

Scott showed up to a demonstration Sunday at the Del Mar Plaza, telling protesters he was with the city and ordering them to take down signs and banners … at least according to folks on the ground.

Here’s the video in which Scott is seen removing the banner, getting named and shamed by a local hero, and sheepishly grinning before turning tail and leaving the scene while the crowd shouts insults at his back. It’s glorious. And it’s his best work to date.

Honestly, he should probably use this as his reel for acting gigs going forward. It shows real humility, vulnerability, and fast-walking skills. And here I was thinking he didn’t have the range! TMZ has a theory as to why Scott would risk it all for a developer who, according to The San Diego Reader, was “inspired by watching Baywatch and Beverly Hills 90210,” and “also owns an organic cannabis business.”

It’s interesting … Scott owns a bar and some small businesses in the area, and protesters are under the impression he’s an investor in the proposed resort.

Well, what else do they expect him to do? It’s almost as if they’ve never seen Overdrive. The boy needs a hobby, dammit!

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