Justin Bieber Qantas Flight: Teen Idol Told He Was Security Risk
Ah the Biebs. Teen pop sensation Justin Bieber was on a flight in Australia over the weekend when he was reportedly told he was a security risk, Sky News reports.
Bieber, that pint-size Canadian, was heading from Sydney to Melbourne on a Qantas flight as part of his "My World" tour, when he faced trouble with cabin crew.
It seems the 17-year old Bieber and one of his security guards were told to sit down after they got up from their seats while the plane was taxiing for take off from Sydney airport (where the Biebs performed last Thursday and Friday).
A flight attendant told Bieber that his behavior was a security risk--everyone knows you must be seated before take off--and that, get this, he was acting like a child and was therefore asking to be treated as one.
Booyah, Qantas flight attendant!
Because Bieber is so adorable (how could he ever do anything wrong?), it's assumed he recoiled to his seat and acted like a teenager there.
No confirmation has been given by Bieber's or Qantas' camps.
WATCH the short Sky News report below:
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