Justin Bieber Angers Aussie Mayor With Hotel Graffiti
He's been ordered to clean the wall, despite being given permission to paint...
Justin Bieberhas landed himself in trouble with an Australian mayor after spray painting a hotel wall.
The Boyfriend singer was originally given permission by the hotel to graffiti on its wall outside, but the local council have now ordered that JB remove his scrawl due to a zero tolerance to street art in the area.
A Gold Coast City Council spokesperson told AAP: "It might be on private land but it's in prominent public view.
"The mayor will be contacting our compliance officers today to have a notice issued to the hotel to clean it up."
Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tait also branded Bieber's actions as "really silly", adding: "Just come and clean it up and we'll be happy with you. Alternatively come and sing at our mayoral Christmas carols on December 7 for an hour and I'll let you go."
Despite their comments, the GT Gold Coast has defended the 19-year old on their Facebook page, stating: "He asked, and we said YES.
"[We] can't imagine why people think that being a superstar means you stop asking permission. Sure, you get extra swag on the way, but he was a pleasure to take care of.
"Just once we would like to be able to celebrate how nice most of these superstars are when they stay with us."
Biebs, who is currently on tour Down Under, is yet to comment on the reports.
It is not the first time the Baby hitmaker and his graffiti have made the news, after he was allegedly charged with illegally tagging a hotel wall in Brazil earlier this month.