Swedish police claim they have found drugs on Justin Bieber’s tour bus Wednesday night, the Associated Press reports.
Police spokesperson Lars Bystrom said a “small amount of drugs” and a “stun gun” were found in the empty vehicle, which was parked by the Globen Arena in Stockholm where the Canadian pop singer was performing as part of his world tour. Law enforcement officials smelled marijuana from the bus, though they declined to identify exactly what kind of drugs they found, according to the Associated Press. There are no suspects yet, and no one has been arrested.
This incident isn’t the star’s first run-in with authorities in Europe. At the beginning of April, authorities in Munich, Germany, confiscated his 17-week-old capuchin monkey, Mally, because he didn’t file the proper paperwork when he landed at the airport. The pet has been staying at the Munich Animal Protection League shelter, and he has until May 17 to produce the right documents.
“If by May 17 there is nothing, then he loses ownership of the animal and it becomes the property of the Federal Republic of Germany,” customs spokesman Thomas Meister told the Associated Press.
He also created a stir in Amsterdam when he visited the Anne Frank House and wrote in the guestbook that she was a “great girl. Hopefully she would have been a belieber.” And in the U.S., he got into more mischief on April Fool’s Day when he was on a radio show and tweeted out the phone number for TMZ’s tip line instead of the radio’s contact information.
One of Bieber’s most recent tweets from about an hour ago: