Justin Bieber is a menace

Being rich and famous has its benefits. For example, when the average person throws water balloons at two Maryland state troopers, who are there helping control the crowd for your concert, soaking one of them in the gun belt and bouncing a second balloon off another trooper, they usually get beaten with a baton until their head splits open like a pinata. If the person is famous, however, they get to run and hide in their trailer while their bodyguard convinces the cops not to file felony assault charges.

The “Baby” singer (emphasis on the baby) apparently had been working on his aim for awhile before making contact with the officer’s gun belt.

Our source says that Bieber was having a blast tossing water balloons at people’s crotches backstage … until he made direct contact with the ticked-off state trooper, who was part of a unit on hand for crowd control.

Bieber then retreated to his trailer while his bodyguard successfully persuaded the officer not to put a black mark on the kid’s squeaky-clean record (not including the madness that ensues among his fans when his very name is mentioned).

A state police spokesman described Bieber’s behavior Sunday as “inappropriate,” but he confirmed that no incident report was written and no further action will be taken against the teen or his entourage.

I think the appropriate punishment is to have the troopers abduct Justin from his trailer in the middle of the night and shoot water balloons at his crotch with a giant slingshot. Maybe they can even freeze the balloons the night before for maximum damage.

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