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Justin Bieber banned from club in Austria

  |   April 1, 2013 at 2:30 PM
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After having his pet monkey confiscated in Munich Thursday, Justin Bieber's trip through Europe took another sad turn Saturday when the pop star was banned from a club in Vienna, Austria.

The Austrian Times reports the "Baby" singer was no longer welcomed in Vienna's trendiest club, "The Passage" after his bodyguards got a little aggressive with fans.

According to club management, Bieber's security detail smashed fans' cameras and cellphones on the ground, and even "groped" a few fans who were trying to get close to their teen idol.

Of the incident, club manager Joachim Bankel said, "Justin Bieber is no longer welcome [at the club]."

The teen sensation was in Vienna as part of the "Believe tour". According to the Times, Bieber's show at Vienna Stadthalle was so packed with crazed fans that one had to be hospitalized for "hysteria."

Paramedics on duty at the show allegedly treated 178 fans who were suffering from lightheartedness before the show began.

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