Justin Bieber has angered fans after turning up nearly two hours late for a sold-out concert at London's O2 Arena meaning some fans had to leave half way through to catch the last train.
And all on a school night!
He was booed when he did eventually did arrive and the set had to be cut short after he broke a noise curfew which he is expected to be fined for.
Some young fans were reportedly seen in tears as their parents led them out half way through Justin's show which cost a whopping £57.65 per ticket.
Fans have been quick to tweet their outrage with some demanding refunds from the o2.
One Dad tweeted: "Disgusting!! Waste of my time and money...never again."
Former Corrie actress Wendi Peters who took her daughter to the show tweeted that Biebs had finally come on stage at 10.24pm - nearly two hours after the advertised time of 8.30pm.
She wrote: "I shall have an extremely moody daughter tomorrow ... Livid!!"
The O2 later tweeted from its own account: "Justin Bieber is now on stage and apologises for the lateness of his show."
They added that Tube would still be running by the time the gig ended, but did not give a reason why he was late.
A source exclusively told BANG Showbiz: “The fans were infuriated and they were booing on a number of occasions before he finally turned up on stage on a strange mechanism which made it look like he was floating through the air. Everyone was quick to forgive him though.”
This is just further evidence that old Biebs, 19, is fast turning into a massive DIVA.
the weekend Justin stomped out of a London restaurant after management
refused to reseat a family to accommodate his security.
And he was also seen walking around London TOPLESS in sub-zero temperatures.
No word from Justin himself yet, who simply tweeted last night: "Good day" and ahead of the gig posted: "In a good mood. Got my friends and team with me here and ready for Day 1 at the O2. London get ready! #BELIEVEtour."Related story: [Can Justin Bieber fans get a refund?]
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