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Tuesday, 15 February 2011

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The Mayor of Stratford, Ontario, home of Justin Beiber, has announced that the town is having to add an extension as it cannot cope with the growing influx of Beiber fans and their parents/chaperones.

Stratford, before Justin Beiber, was famous for its Shakespearean plays - and still is - but more and more tourists are flocking to the town as Beiber fans are driven in by parents or other adults.

Tickets for the Shakespearean Plays are selling like hot cakes, as adults, who would not normally have visited Stratford, attempt to occupy THEIR time whilst the young fans roam the town hoping to catch a glimpse of Justin or 'anyone' connected to him such as, classmates, his dentist, his neighbours etc.

The town has had to hastily build 4 new hotels on the outskirts of the town and open a new Camp Site to cope with the number of people visiting in their Camper Vans.

Extra police have been seconded from nearby police departments - just in case of riots.

Ambulances are positioned every few blocks in Stratford to cope, mainly, with the number of teenage girls passing out from the sheer excitement of walking the streets that Justin walks.

Such hysteria has not been witnessed since the rich red-scarf-wearing American women 'discovered' Susan Boyle and took to visiting her home town of Blackburn in Scotland, bestowing blessing on every Tom, Dick or Harry, whether they wanted the blessings or not.

A Stratford resident commented, "At least the Beiber fans are 'controllable' and not really 'bothering anyone' like those red-scarf wearing loonies who swoon when they hear Susan Boyle's name and shout, 'We love you Susan! Tell us you love us too! - Sad really - but the Beiber fans are ok."

So it would seem that Beiber fans are truly being 'embraced' by his home-town residents.

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