Justin Bieber banned from sky diving facility

Posted: June 25, 2013 by JonoShmono "SykOse. Live. Extreme." in Air, Extreme news, News, Sky diving, SykOtic
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Justin Bieber has been banned from an indoor sky diving facility.

Before today, I couldn’t have made up that sentence if I tried.

Las Vegas Indoor Skydiving confirmed Bieber got himself banned for life last weekend, after he and his friends used the facility, then didn’t hold up their end of the payment deal they arranged.

Sources told E! News that Bieber and six others arrived just before closing. When the 20-year-old was approached about payment, he was apparently given the option of paying $1,600 for himself and his crew, or posting a shout-out to the facility and a photo of himself mid-flight to his Instagram account.

Bieber reportedly agreed to post the photo, but didn’t. An insider told E! that Bieber “actually faked like he was posting something, per the agreement, but never did.”

What a worm. This guy probably has $1,600 in change scattered about his couch cushions.

The group apparently didn’t tip the staff either. Because I guess that’s what you do at indoor sky diving facilities. A source said the group was “a disrespectful bunch,” and that Bieber wasn’t very friendly and seemed “very disconnected from reality.”

Well, just in case there was any doubt it was Bieber, that should settle it.

Bieber is getting banned al over the globe. Earlier this year, a Vienna club manager said Bieber wasn’t welcome at Passage, after the singer’s bodyguards allegedly smashed fans’ cameras and destroyed other patron’s cell phones.

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