The singer asked the crowd of fans who obey the police
Justin Bieber was in Norway last Wednesday, May 30, to perform a free concert at the Opera House in the capital Oslo. During the event, which will be included in the television special "Around The World", the singer had six songs (two old and four new).
However, before you can submit the star had to calm the madding crowd of teenagers that overloaded the local police. "Norway, please listen to the police. Not want anyone to get hurt. I want everything to work out as planned, but their safety must come first," published the singer of "Boyfriend" on Twitter.
Despite requests from the singer, according to TMZ, a total of 49 girls were injured during the event, 15 collapsed and 14 had to be taken by ambulance for treatment. Furthermore, as the site information, the Oslo police almost reached the point of declaring a state of emergency due to the thousands of fans who took to the streets of the city.
Check out a video of the crowd of girls running out of control between traffic as the car that Bieber was allegedly addressed the location of the presentation. See also the artist singing "Baby" and "All Around The World (Feat. Ludacris)," a new partnership with Ludacris: