New Zealand tightens security for Bieber visit

Officials in New Zealand have stepped up protection ahead of Justin Bieber’s visit this week – following chaotic scenes in Australia which led to the cancellation from the star’s display in Sydney.

The teen sensation scrapped his only Australian gig after thousands of young fans camped overnight at Sydney Harbour to see their idol carry out. The frenzied crowd began to surge, prompting police to cancel the event following “more than 100 teens” became “distressed”, according to officials.

The 16 year old will arrive in New Zealand on Wednesday to carry out a free concert at the Strathallan College in Papakura – and police are producing plans to step up protection and maintain his arrival secret in a bid to prevent a repeat of the scenes in Australia.

A spokesperson for Auckland Airport tells the New Zealand Herald newspaper, “We are meeting with police and other airport protection tomorrow morning to discuss the issue.”

The news comes after officials at another college in the country denied rumours Bieber is planning to execute a secret show there this week. Rumours of a Bieber concert spread among pupils at Diocesan College for Girls in Epsom, but Principal Heather McRae has produced a statement to insist the story is not true.      – Source

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