Bieber and six friends arrived June 16 minutes before closing and promised to settle their $1,600 tab after flying. After he and his friends enjoyed the simulated skydive, staffers informed Bieber he could either pay cash or post an Instagram shot of himself mid-flight with a favorable comment, sources told E!, adding the singer vowed to post the photo, but didn't actually do it.
Bieber "actually faked like he was posting something, per the agreement, but never did," an insider said.
Another source described Bieber and his group as "a disrespectful bunch," who left the bathroom a mess and didn't tip the people who helped them enjoy their flight.
E! said Bieber's publicist declined to comment on its story.
"The experience is similar to skydiving with the addition of a mesh trampoline floor and foam padded walls. Guests are able to simulate the freefall aspect of skydiving without the use of an airplane or parachute," the website for Las Vegas Indoor Skydiving said. "We use a vertical wind tunnel to introduce guests to the sport of indoor skydiving. The tunnel produces enough wind to support the weight of an average adult."
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