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Tuesday, 7 December 2010

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Justin Bieber has gone too far with his kidding around and has been officially been arrested in New York City.

"Maybe having a criminal record will make him think before he decides to try a joke that will get someone hurt badly", stated one officer who was not pleased with Bieber's behavior in the least.

Bieber is scheduled to appear before a judge in February unless something else can be worked out.

A spokesman for the young singer stated that he was just having a bit of fun but he is really sorry that the two police officers were really injured.

Apparently, Justin was back to his water balloon game with the police, dropping the water-filled balloons from a friends room instead of his own at a older New York Hotel. However, he got a call and went to answer and came back just as the two police officers were coming around the corner and Bombs Away!

What Bieber failed to realize is that he had left the water balloons just outside the window and they had frozen.

"If he hadn't been on the third floor, he could have seriously injured the officers or even killed them", stated their Sergeant.

The only word we got from Justin was from his own room down to the street.

"No more water-ballooning for me! I just meant to give them a cold shower."

This is Linus Willson, correspondent for The West Coast Post.

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