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Justin Bieber storms out of Dubai nightclub - reports

Published: 3:20PM Monday May 06, 2013 Source: BANG Showbiz

Justin Bieber has caused a stir in Dubai with his after show parties and reports he 'surfed' on top a moving vehicle.

The teenage pop sensation reportedly stormed out of one nightclub angry at not being served alcohol, and prompted criticism of another which allowed the 19-year-old to stay despite being under the legal drinking age.

Bieber is in the Middle Eastern state for a series of concert dates as part of his Believe world tour.

The Canadian heart-throb was given special permission to enter celebrity hangout Movida Dubai, the Gulf News newspaper reported, but was said to have stormed out of the venue after being denied alcohol.

The legal drinking age in Dubai is 21.

"He was ushered to his table as quickly as possible but unfortunately he decided to leave as Movida were not permitted to serve him alcohol," a representative for the club told the gossip section of the paper.

"After refusing to serve him, Justin was seen leaving the club surfing on the roof of an SUV while it was already in motion."

Bieber also partied at a second club, People by Crystal at Raffles Hotel, where he gave an impromptu performance, but angered some party-goers who questioned his age on social media.

The teen idol has been living it up in the Gulf nation, being spotted in several top restaurants and his entourage tweeting photographs of their sight-seeing.

Bieber's friend Alfredo Flores has been posting regular updates and images from their trip.

"The show was incredible tonight! Kudos to @JustinBieber and our entire crew. The energy was TOO REAL! #BEASTMODE," he tweeted.

And it is not only Justin's wild lifestyle that has been getting attention, with reports the star showed up two hours late for his concert, had his car impounded by police and members of his entourage arrested.

However these reports, posted online by someone claiming to work at the concert venue who witnessed the events, are unconfirmed. 

His rowdy behaviour follows a stint of controversy during his London and European legs of the tour.

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