Chris Brown has been reprimanded by Dutch police for driving without a license plate

The singer was fined, but seems upbeat about it

Chris Brown has been fined by police in Amsterdam for riding dirt bikes without license plates.

The R&B artist posted multiple videos and photos yesterday (June 10) on Instagram documenting the incident. In the first he’s seen whispering “we’re in the police station, we gotta pay this damn fine”. Followed by another where he can be clearly heard saying: “Public service announcement, kids. Do not ride motor vehicles without license plates.”

Brown then posted a picture of him joking around with the Dutch police, laughing while one of them pretends to handcuff him. “I actually like the police out here,” he added in one of the videos, “they’re cool as shit, for real.”

Brown is currently on a European tour and is in Amsterdam to play the Ziggo Dome, where Adele appeared last week.

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Earlier this year Brown was in trouble with the police again after a Brazilian woman claimed that he assaulted her in a hotel on New Year’s Day.

Brown denied all claims, but at the time of our last report Las Vegas police were investigating. The police said that they had found a woman “who appeared to have minor injuries sustained as a result of a battery,” according to a statement published by NBC. The singer was in Las Vegas to perform a New Year’s Day gig at Drai’s Night Club.

Brown posted a response to the claims on Instagram, suggesting that he will take legal action against the woman. “I’m going to be hella rich after all the lawsuits I file from these crazy individuals who keep lying on my name. Happy New Year! Time for some of us to grow the fuck up,” the singer wrote.