Teens with a crush on Justin Bieber run wild in Sydney

JUSTIN Bieber’s teenage fans were screaming, alone and out of control – even for the riot squad.

Police criticised the parents of girls who camped outside Sydney’s Overseas Passenger Terminal from early yesterday in a bid to see their idol.

The Canadian teen’s look yesterday morning had to be cancelled and then moved for safety causes, police and organisers stated.

Deputy Commissioner Dave Owens stated: “They wouldn’t listen to our directions, so hence they left us with no alternative [but to cancel].

“They broke down the barriers that we had put in position.”

He asked why so many young fans had been allowed out all night.

Yesterday’s Sunrise showcase drew additional than the 4000 fans expected. Some queued from 7pm the night prior to. A lot more than 10 fans fainted, with paramedics treating their initial patient at 3.45am and a 15-year-old girl later suffered a fractured knee.

Thirteen-year-old Jessica Whatmore said girls had been pushing and shoving and she was terrified.

“I couldn’t wait to get out of there,” she explained.

Seven’s Adam Boland said extra security had to be called in overnight “basically to babysit” the unaccompanied minors.

When guards tried to move into position, requiring the earliest arrivals to step back from their prime position, chaos ensued.

“We just wanted them to take five steps back so the security could get in spot but they refused,” Boland stated.

Bieber later gave a performance at Channel 7′s Martin Spot studios.

Whilst Sunrise admitted it had “underestimated Justin Bieber fans” the mob response would have come as no surprise to the Canadian teen’s handlers after similar scenes in New York last November.

Bieber’s manager, Scott Braun, was arrested and charged on March 24 after he failed to tweet a notice that a mall appearance had been cancelled.

NY police alleged Mr Braun had “endangered the quite fans who came to determine his client”.

Perhaps mindful, Bieber retweeted a message by Sunrise producers, who posted crowd warnings, then the cancellation on its Twitter feed.

Bieber later tweeted to his two million followers, “thank u for an incredible warm welcome Australia … I told you I wouldn’t let you down”.     - Source

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