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The Canadian popster stepped in to help smooth things over after one of his bodyguards allegedly insulted an elite police officer.
When an over-enthusiastic fan ran on stage to grab Bieber during the finale to his second show in the United Arab Emirates city, a mob of security guards dashed on and flattened the intruder.
One witness tweeted: “Whoa. Crazy fan tackled @justinbieber and knocked the piano down the stage. Mayhem.”
In the ensuing scuffle, one minder was said to have insulted a member of Dubai police’s VIP protection squad.
Taking offence, the officer reported Sunday night’s incident to his seniors, who then summoned the bodyguard.
Facing the pretty terrifying threat of up to three years in a Dubai jail, the minder hastily said sorry – and that was accepted by his “victim”.
When Justin, 19, heard about the reprieve he contacted the force to express his thanks.
A police spokesman says: “Our officer didn’t reply at the time of the offence but made a complaint at the police station.
“We asked the bodyguard to come in and he seriously apologised for his behaviour and expressed his regret for what happened, claiming he was under pressure due to the concert.
The policeman accepted that and waived the complaint. Bieber also expressed his appreciation for the policeman’s behaviour, who acted in a civilised way even though the guard insulted the officer verbally.”
Police in the UAE are pretty strict on offensive behaviour. British businessman Deep Marwaha is facing up to three years in jail for alleged blasphemy when he texted a colleague.
And British landscape architect John Hall, 42, was convicted of blasphemy and fined £840 last year for complaining about “damn mosques” in Abu Dhabi.
Many “Jelena” fans were left dumbfounded after an entertainment news website tweeted that Justin Bieber was gay and that Selena Gomez was fully supporting his decision to come out.
On Saturday the Syrian Electronic Army claimed responsibility for hacking the Twitter and text messaging accounts of E! Online.
The website said it was the hackers who had sent out the erroneous news alerts about the pop star.
The first fake tweet read, “Exclusive: Justin Bieber to E!online: I’m a gay.”
The next faux message followed up by saying Gomez was standing by her on-again off-again boyfriend’s decision to come out.
E! Online said it was working with Twitter to correct the issue, and that an investigation into the attack was underway.
The SEA has taken credit for a string of Web attacks on media targets it sees as sympathetic to Syria’s rebels, including the BBC, Al-Jazeera English and the Guardian.
The group claims to have hacked the Twitter feed of The Associated Press last month.