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Justin Bieber Gets Pulled Over for Making Unsafe Turn

December 15, 2011 (4:27 am) GMT
After promising to be more careful when driving his customized Cadillac next time, the 'Mistletoe' singer is being let off by a Los Angeles Police Officer with only a warning.
Justin Bieber Gets Pulled Over for Making Unsafe Turn

Pop sensation has another run-in with the law. The "Never Say Never" singer found himself being pulled over by a police officer when driving his customized Cadillac in Los Angeles on Wednesday, December 14 because of a traffic offense, TMZ reported.

According to the police, the 17-year-old boyfriend of landed in hot water after making an "unsafe left turn" at an intersection. Fortunately, after promising to be more careful in the future, he was let off with only a warning.

This was the second time Bieber got stopped by the police while driving his car, which features Batman symbols on the front and back as well as with his initials on the side panel. Back in October, he got into trouble after he allegedly cut off a California Highway Patrol Officer. He also only got a warning that time.

In another news, a video of Bieber showing his soccer skills to Frank Lampard and has found its way out recently. Taped at Chelsea Football Club's home ground, Stamford Bridge, it also documents the moment when he takes a penalty kick and scores a goal.



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