Teenage Fan Contacts Idol Justin Bieber by Mistake

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Thursday, 20 January 2011

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Fourteen year old Alicia Maulder, a big fan of singer Justin Bieber, got the surprise of her life when she accidentally sent a girlfriend an e-mail Wednesday but missed a number by one digit and got her heart throb himself, Justin Bieber, by mistake.

We sent a reporter over and by the time he got there, there must have been a dozen teenage girls at the place. Apparently a local newspaper had already printed the story on their online version.

"It's true", stated Alicia, once I had found which teen had the e-mail. "Come look at it on my computer. I have made 2,000 copies of it and so have my friends whom I have shared the message."

Reading the e-mail:

(Hi Alicia,

Guess what? That e-mail you addressed to your girlfriend, Felicia got to me somehow and I now know how crazy you are about me. Maybe this is just fate. Please send me a message and where we can meet. Make it a lonely place so we won't be disturbed by fans. Say nothing to your family or friends.

Jesten Byber)

"I didn't show anyone at first because Justin asked me not to but I've asked all my girlfriends to hide in this old building where I plan to meet Justin Bieber. Maybe we'll really hit it off."

"We are going over there now to see where and how we can hide", one girl added.

So that's the story from here in East West Virginia. I went immediately to the police so there will be a different group hiding in the abandoned house to surprise our "Jesten".

Check back later with The West Post Coast for the news of the arrest. This is Clarence Dockory reporting.

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

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