Trending:

Watch Justin Bieber get his trousers pulled down by a fan

Incident occurred in Prague earlier this month

Footage has emerged of Justin Bieber getting his trousers pulled down by an overly eager fan in Prague recently.

Bieber played the Czech capital on November 12 and is currently on the tail-end of his ‘Purpose’ European tour.

TMZ recently published video of the incident, showing a fan grabbing at Bieber’s trousers as he left a shop and made his way to his car. Watch beneath.

Advertisement

Meanwhile, Bieber appeared to cry during a show in Germany this week. The pop singer was playing a gig in Frankfurt on Wednesday night (November 16) when he choked up during a performance of the title-track from his latest album ‘Purpose’. Watch in the fan-shot footage below.

It’s not the first time Bieber has cried onstage. The singer famously cried after his performance at the 2015 MTV VMAs. He later explained that he cried because the crowd didn’t boo him.

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 and was spotted in a Glasgow chip shop eating deep-fried haggis.

He also recently played piano for free drinks at a Toronto bar. Bieber – who hails from the nearby city of London, Ontari – went to the Fifth Pubhouse alone on November 4, where he watched the Toronto Raptor basketball game and ordered a few drinks, before taking to the pub’s piano to play a rendition of his song ‘Sorry’, as well as a cover of The Beatles‘ ‘Let It Be’.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Juice WRLD, 1998-2019 – the NME obituary

The Chicago rapper has died from a seizure at the age of 21

The Best Songs Of The Decade: The 2010s

Here – after much debate – are the 100 very best songs of 2010s

The Best Albums of The Decade: The 2010s

Here it is: the ultimate guide to the 100 essential albums of the 2010s, picked, ranked and dissected by NME experts
Advertisement