Justin Bieber Has Arcain Virus!

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Saturday, 30 October 2010

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Young singing sensation Justin Bieber may have what scientists call "Arcain Virus which could be very serious indeed.

Bieber has been having fainting spells for the past year during practice for his sold-out appearances around the country as has been reported upon in several well-known newspapers, and exaggerated in tabloids.

However, this time it may be the Tabloids that have it correct or near correct.

Bieber had only one episode during a show but it was near his break so he took it early and was able to tone down his act a bit for the second half.

As far as the disease is concerned, doctors describe it as a virus that was intended to stop a virus attack by terrorists but became a biological weapon itself by mutating.

"We were looking to this as a great cure for biological weapons but in tests it mutated. Now it has somehow gotten out of the lab and we've had hundreds of cases confirmed."

Scientists say they hope the virus weakens as it has been shown to do in the past year.

"We lost three people early on but as it spread we have had no fatalities reported. In other words, fortunately it continues to weaken", stated Dr. Charles Frances of the Government SID Group.

Asked if Justin Bieber would be OK the doctor says he thinks so.

"But we don't really know. He may continue to have periods of weakness. So far he and the other recent cases are doing well. But who knows if it might mutate with another virus."

"In that case", stated Frances, "Justin could actually be immune where you or I may not be."

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