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Star stopped off at the Blue Lagoon chip shop following his Scottish concert at the weekend

Justin Bieber visited a local fish and chip shop in Glasgow after his concert in the city on Saturday (October 29), ordering deep-fried haggis and Irn-Bru, according to reports.

Bieber has performed his second show in the Scottish city at the SSE Hydro as part of his ‘Purpose’ world tour. After the gig, Bieber stopped off at the Blue Lagoon chip shop, as well as a number of local pubs.

According to the owner, Bieber spent £20 on haggis, chips and a drink. Simone Varese told the Scottish Sun: “We are very privileged he chose us to have his Saturday night feast. Justin came in with a cap on and two bouncers with him. He was in good spirits and very excited about trying the local cuisine.”

Haggis is a traditional Scottish delicacy, consisting of sheep heart, liver and lungs; minced with onion, oatmeal, spices, stock and salt.

CCTV footage has since been released of Bieber’s visit. It sees him tucking into the deep-fried haggis while fellow punters/fans attempt to catch his attention. Watch beneath.

Bieber has made headlines for his random public antics in recent weeks. Last month, he tried to disguise himself in Amsterdam with a fake goatee and wig. He also surprised a group of London school children by joining in with their game of football.

Meanwhile, Bieber has also spoken out to explain why he controversially stormed off stage during a recent gig in Manchester.

The ‘Sorry’ singer angered many fans when he made a swift exit from a show at Manchester Arena last week, telling the crowd that ‘Manchester can’t handle me’.

Having previously told his “obnoxious” London crowd to “be quiet and listen when I’m talking” and ordering a previous Manchester audience to “shut up” during his ballads, Bieber told his fans on Sunday: “I appreciate all the support, I appreciate love, I appreciate the kind things. But the screaming in these breaks has got to stop. Please and thank you.”

“I don’t think it’s necessary when I’m trying to say something and you guys are screaming,” he added.

In a note since deleted from his Twitter account this weekend, Bieber has explained his controversial behaviour to his fans.

“People tend to want to shut you down,” he wrote, reports Yahoo. “What I mean by that is … people try to twist things, some people don’t want to listen. But I simply feel like, if I didn’t use this platform to say how I truly feel, and if I didn’t use this platform to be the man that I know I am, and speak from what’s in my heart, then I’m doing myself injustice, and I’m not doing anybody in this audience any justice.”

He continued: “There’s going to be times where I say the wrong thing, because I’m human. … There’s times when I get upset … times when I get angry, there’s times when I’m going to be frustrated. But I’m always going to be myself on this stage.”

Denying that he was ‘angry’ at fans, Bieber added: “All I was simply doing was wanting people to listen; to kind of hear me out a little bit. Certain cities aren’t going to want to hear me out, and you know, sometimes it’s my job to just say, ‘Hey, I’m not going to try to force anything.'”

The same show also saw the Lord Mayor Of Manchester suffer a homophobic attack.