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Singer visited the Mayan archaeological site in Tulum this week

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Justin Bieber was reportedly kicked out of a Mayan archaeological site in the Mexican town of Tulum after allegedly being caught climbing on the ruins.

The Canadian pop star was visiting the National Institute of Anthropology and History on Thursday (January 7).

The Associated Press reports that an unnamed official confirmed that Bieber had been "asked to leave" after accessing parts of the sign cordoned off by 'no entry' signs.

Meanwhile, Justin Bieber has set a UK Singles Chart record by occupying the top three slots of this week's countdown.

Bieber's 'Love Yourself' is at Number One, while 'Sorry' is Number Two 'What Do You Mean?' is Number Three.

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The singer was beaten to the Christmas Number One by the Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Choir's 'A Bridge Over You'.

He had previously urged fans to buy the charity single, tweeting: "I'm hearing the UK Christmas race is close, but the [NHS choir] single if for charity, so for one week it's ok not to be number one. Let's do the right thing and help them win. It's Christmas."

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