Don’t you hate it when you stop by Walmart to pick up some batteries and a rotisserie chicken and fifteen discount DVDs and a keychain you’ll never use but it was on sale and you want it, and a little toddler starts throwing a tantrum or causing a ruckus and disturbing you? It’s even worse when that toddler is actually a 20-year-old pop star named Justin Bieber.
It’s been rather quiet on the Justin Bieber front lately. Sure, we’ve had a few new tattoos to judge and a couple of Selena Gomez-related Instagrams. But otherwise there hasn’t been much hooliganism to report on. Luckily Bieber must have realized he was leaving us hanging, so he allegedly acted so disruptive in a Stratford, Ontario Walmart that a local man who claims to know the Biebs had to angrily confront him. Here’s a photo Bieber took with a fan on the day in question for reference:
My son Anthony got picture taken with Justin Bieber @ Stratford Walmart. pic.twitter.com/GVjZWtyHKE
— jake klassen (@jakeallthetime) April 1, 2014
According to The Daily Mail, Mike Malcho saw Bieber enter the Walmart in his hometown with a huge entourage and proceed to be an annoying douche, which we all know he’s very good at. Once you hear what the Biebs allegedly did, you’ll be convinced that he’s actually a two-year-old trapped in a young adult’s body. Here’s what Malcho wrote on his Facebook page on Tuesday about the incident:
“I cannot believe they allow u to behave that way and r right beside u doing it….Waltz into Walmart last night and low and behold Mr Bieber not only being a little p***k to young girls by shining flash lights in there face etc…but walking through the store like u own the place with no regards to employees or others attending the store for real purpose bouncing balls ….throwing things… opening food etc…”
So basically exactly what you saw that horribly disciplined child doing at your own local Walmart last week. I think I’ll take this opportunity to give everyone another reminder that Bieber is 20 years old. As in, a legal adult. Last I checked, legal adults are expected to be a little past shining flash lights at people and throwing things in public. Let me know if I’m wrong, though. It’s been a while since I consulted my adulthood instruction manual.