‘Dangerous creature’: Justin Bieber bungy-jumps in New Zealand

Teenage singing sensation Justin Bieber this morning bungy jumped from your Auckland harbour bridge soon after arriving in New Zealand last night to throngs of hysterical teens.

Nearly 1000 fans – recognized as Beliebers – screeched and sobbed as they tried to get close to Bieber, 16, who touched down at Auckland International Airport just just before midnight for his one-day-only whirlwind trip.

The Canadian singer tweeted his 2.1 million fans this morning and stated: “Finally got to New Zealand final night. The airport was crazy. Not happy that an individual stole my hat and knocked down my mama. Come on people”.

According to a tweet sent by Bieber’s mother Pattie Mallette, she was “ok” immediately after being pushed over at Auckland Airport final night.

“Thanks for all ur support!! I’m ok thank you!!!,” she wrote. “On my way to bungy jumping!!! Whoopeeeee.”

Bieber bungy jumped off the Auckland harbour bridge this morning and posted footage on his Twitter account.

Several paparazzi ended up seen looking to take photographs of Bieber’s jump.

“I need to be able to sign and take pics and meet my fans, but if you are all pushing security wont let me. let’s keep it safe and have fun,” Bieber wrote on Twitter.


Hordes of young girls flooded the airport’s arrival hall, holding aloft hand painted signs professing their love for your teen with impeccable hair and huge vocals.

“You’ve been a bad boy … go to my room”, mentioned a single placard.

“Justin we want you babies” (sic) was scrawled on a straightforward cardboard sign.

Nicola Wing, 16, mentioned the arrival of Bieber in New Zealand was “the very best factor ever”.

“I like him so much and also the issue is he’s the same age as us. He’s so cute.”

Her friend, Melanie Smith, 15, said she had snuck out of residence to witness Bieber’s arrival.

“I’ve never been this excited in my whole life. Being honest my parents don’t even know I’m below.

“For the initial time ever I snuck out of home just to find out him, but it’s worth it.”

Mum Janelle Twyman told Stuff.co.nz she brought her daughter on the airport to find out the teen singing sensation.

“She’d just been going, ‘please Mum, take me on the airport’.

“She just wanted for being in exactly the same building as him, she just couldn’t think he was heading for being below.”

Airport police had seven staff on Bieber crowd control and around a dozen airport security monitored the frenzied fans.

A single fan had to become removed from the crowd by immediately after she began to feel dizzy inside minutes prior to singer’s arrival.

Just just before midnight Bieber appeared, opting to sneak by means of a side door instead from the principal arrival gate.

But it wasn’t sufficient to out-fox his screaming fans.

Bieber, escorted by safety, police and minders, rapidly left the airport out a back door whilst the mob of hysterical fans swarmed him. Two girls managed to swipe Bieber’s hat, and were being these days trying to give it back to him – in exchange for a hug.

Outside, a waiting black four-wheel-drive swiftly whisked Bieber away from your frenzied crowd.

Inside the wake of Bieber, some fans were being left sobbing.

Teenager Tory Shaffett travelled from New Plymouth with her friends to catch a glimpse on the “beautiful” Bieber.

After Bieber’s departure, Shaffett was having trouble breathing.

“Oh my god, he was so amazing and wonderful. I can’t believe I saw him.

“When he came out, I was jumping at him, attempting to touch him, but he didn’t see me.

“I’m so sad he didn’t get to view me, I’m so disappointed.”

Airport police officer Sergeant Kevin Davidson stated very last night’s crowd had been well-behaved.

“You’re dealing with some pretty young fans the following, I imagine that accounts to the volume and also the enthusiasm.

“On the entire, given the number of people right here, I think it went properly.”

Mr Davidson conceded he hadn’t heard of Mr Bieber until yesterday.

“I feel I might need to have a listen for the young man.”

The singer’s New Zealand schedule has been kept quiet by record label Universal Music New Zealand because of security fears.

Very last week, Bieber wrote to his 2.1 million followers on social networking site Twitter: “… have to shoutout my New Zealand fans…I’m coming to see u guys next week!! I’m attempting to play rugby with the All Blacks”.

Bieber became a worldwide sensation when he released his debut single 1 Time less than a year ago.

Discovered by means of YouTube, the tween sensation had his very last planned concert – in Sydney’s Circular Quay – called off by police on Monday right after numerous kids ended up hurt from the crowd crush.

There ended up 4000 men and women waiting, and many more expected to turn up, and about 10 girls required medical treatment.

A similar situation unfolded in a mall in Long Island, New York, very last November. Bieber’s free of charge concert was cancelled at the 11th hour when hundreds of fans stampeded soon after a reported sighting of him.     - Source

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One Response to “‘Dangerous creature’: Justin Bieber bungy-jumps in New Zealand”

  • gaby says:

    thats sooo cool that justin got to bunngy jump and thats sad that they nocked justin’s mom down but at least she is steel okay, and also i feel sad for justin that they stold his hat just for a hug, but he could get a much better hat

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