STOCKHOLM, Sweden - It appears that trouble is going to follow Justin Bieber no matter where he goes, even on a concert tour to Stockholm, Sweden.
The Biebster, as American Idol's Randy "The Dawg" Jackson calls him, recently performed in Stockholm's Arctic Air Arena to a sold out crowd.
And while Justin and his band performed on stage, a group of Stockholm police officers boarded his tour bus and began searching it.
Reports are that the SPD found two bottles of illegal sardine pills along with a pewter figurine of Anne Frank.
The pill bottles and figurine were taken to police headquarters where they have been entered as Exhibits A and B, along with Exhibit C.
When Bieber was asked to comment on the confiscated items he said that he had never seen the sardine pill bottles before and as for the figurine he remarked that he had no idea that having a pewter figurine of Anne Frank was against the law in Sweden.
SIDENOTE: Justin has reportedly sent an email to the United Nations stating that he feels that the searches were conducted illegally since the Stockholm police had no search warrant. He has also noted that the entire incident has left him quite traumatized and he will be talking to an attorney.