Justin Bieber Demands His Money Back After Being Booed At The New York Knicks - Dallas Mavericks Game

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Saturday, 5 February 2011

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A photo of Madison Square Garden. (NOTE: Justin Bieber can be seen sitting right behind the basket on the right.

NEW YORK CITY - Justin Bieber decided to take a break from all of his non-stop concert playing of late and attend a New York Knicks - Dallas Mavericks NBA game.

Bieber was sitting in the front row minding his own business when all of a sudden half way into the first quarter, his picture was shown on the big screen in Madison Square Garden.

Almost immediately the New York crowd started booing. Everyone could see that Bieber was really upset as he has never in his young career ever been booed.

He turned to the individual sitting beside him and asked him why they were booing him. No one knows what the man said but Justin immediately stood up, picked up his "Go Mavs" banner, his "Maverick's Rule" sweatshirt and started walking towards the ticket booth.

When he got to the ticket booth he told the ticket taker that he wanted a refund. An unnamed source who was standing two feet away said that the ticket taker asked, "A refund? What da friggin hell is a refund? Dis is New Yolk - Dis ain't El Lay, New Yolkus don't do refunds."

Bieber angrily stormed out saying that they would hear from his attorney, his publicist, and his hair stylist.

In a related story. 'Bedroom Pillow Talk' is reporting that Justin Bieber is being considered for the role of Benjamin Braddock to Kim Kardashian's Mrs. Robinson in a remake of the May-December love affair movie 'The Graduate.'

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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