Justin Bieber sticks fan’s iPhone down his pants

Justin Bieber sticks fan’s iPhone down his pants

If you pelt Justin Bieber with your iPhone, he'll put it down his pants before giving it back. Photo: WENN

Justin Bieber threatened to walk off stage in New Jersey this week after ordering fans to stop pelting him with items including underwear, letters and even cell phones.

Footage of the Baby hitmaker’s concert at the Prudential Centre in Newark on Tuesday has emerged online, and the video shows fans hurling a variety of missiles at the star during his set.

Bieber became visibly frustrated when a piece of underwear hit him in the face, and ordered the assault to stop before he continued with the performance, saying, “Will (you stop) throwing things already… Can you please refrain from throwing things on stage please thank you. Do you guys want me to keep performing or what?…”

“No no no no! Refrain.. means don’t throw… Do you guys wanna keep throwing things on stage or do you want me to keep performing?”

One youngster then hurled a pricey iPhone at Bieber, who said, “I say don’t throw stuff on stage… and they throw a phone. I mean I do need a new iPhone…” before shoving it down his pants. He then removed the phone from his underwear and hurled it back into the crowd in another direction.

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