Teen sensation JUSTIN BIEBER was forced to cut short an in-store appearance in Paris, France on Monday (22Feb10) after thousands of fans descended on the venue.
The 15 year old was appearing at a shop in the French capital, but authorities weren't expecting such a big crowd and told Bieber to leave the venue so they could control the waiting fans.
In a post on his Twitter.com blog, the singer writes, "Paris is crazy! Had some interviews this morning with mags (magazines) and radio. Got to practice my French a little. But then the in-store (appearance)... there were thousands of kids at the in-store and the police were not expecting it. They reorganised the crowd and we got it going but after a little while the police stopped it and came in and said it was over and I had to leave. Sorry to any of the kids I didn't get to meet
"I love all of you for your support. To start my trip in Paris like this already, the love and the energy is amazing. Thank you so much."
It's not the first time Bieber's popularity has caused problems - in November (09) he was threatened with arrest if he failed to send an internet message to fans urging them to go home after a signing in New York descended into chaos.
23 February 2010