Teenager Charged Over Justin Bieber Egg Attack
A 17-year old boy has appeared in court after pelting JB with eggs in Oz...
A teenage boy accused of breaking into a Justin Bieber concert in Australia to throw eggs at the teen heartthrob has reportedly been charged with the offence.
As we previously reported, the Baby singer was pelted with eggs at his My World show in Sydney over the weekend, leaving his army of Beliebers fuming.
According to The Mirror, a 17-year old boy appeared in a Sydney Children's Court earlier today, and was charged with breaking and entering, trespassing and malicious damage.
Due to his age, the boy cannot be named because he is still considered a minor.
It is thought that the teenager broke into Sydney's Acer Arena through the roof, and proceeded to throw several eggs at Justin while he performed.
Video footage has emerged of the incident, showing the eggs smash onto the stage - narrowly missing JB and his backing dancers.
The Somebody To Love hitmaker was apparently unfazed by the attack, and continued to sing and dance.
Reports have suggested police became aware of the eggy episode when Acer Arena complained to the authorities after details of the incident were posted on a social networking site.
The unidentified boy has now apparently been released on bail and is due to enter his plea at Parramatta Children's Court on 2nd June.