It's tough out there for a Shia Labeouf lookalike.
Mario Licato, 26 — who could pass for the self-indulgent star’s brother — had just stepped off an F train at the Delancey Street station on the Lower East Side and was headed to Pianos bar at 8 p.m. Saturday when the Shia-hating attacker struck. “I didn’t even see it coming,” Licato, of Bushwick, told The Post. “All I saw was fists. I fell down the stairs and woke up covered in blood with my glasses broken in half. “All I heard him say was, ‘This is because you look like ‘Shia LaBeouf!’ And then he ran away,” said Licato, who sustained a black eye and a 3-inch gash on his nose.