The pop heartthrob was in London to record Alan Carr's summer TV special
How far would you go to catch a glimpse of Justin Bieber? The end of your garden path?
Well, you probably weren’t one of the “hysterical” hoard of teenage girls who stormed ITV studios in London yesterday (June 6) to take a peek at the Canadian pop squirt.
The singer was in town to record Alan Carr’s Summer Specstacular – and blundering studio bosses employed justthree security guards in place to hold back a mob of 300 fans. A source is quoted by the The Sun as saying: “It was genuinely scary. They’re only teenage girls but they were hysterical and had just one thought on their minds – to see Justin Bieber. It was pandemonium.”
Last week, 49 teenage girls were injured at a Justin Bieber concert in Norway. Following news that the pop singer would be playing a free, four-song set outside the Oslo Opera House on May 30, 15,000 fans descended upon the town, causing a host of injuries amongst fans as well as ‘crippling’ the city’s mobile phone network, according to report from Gawker.
TMZ revealed that 49 fans were injured in the ensuing mayhem in the city as fans mobbed the streets, with 14 taken away by ambulance to receive further care. A mass fainting also took place.
Click below to see footage of fans chasing Justin Bieber through the streets of Oslo upon leaving a local restaurant.