Justin Bieber cited by police

Justin Bieber cited by police

Justin Bieber cited by police

Bieber reportedly received a ticket on Saturday (local time) after being caught using his cellphone behind the wheel.

TMZ reports that the "Despacito" singer was stopped by police in Beverly Hills last night (July 15) for using his phone at the wheel of his Mercedes G-Wagon.

The Sorry singer was flagged down as he cruised around Beverly Hills at the weekend, though it's unclear if he was texting or talking on the device while driving.

Justin Bieber is far from being an example in terms of conduct.

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Police officers told TMZ that the Canadian star had remained "calm" and very "cooperative" when they had questioned him.

The average cost for a fine in Los Angeles for driving while using a phone is a minimum of $162. The singer had accepted the fine and had left without contesting the decision and did not cause a fuss.

It's not the first time the "Love Yourself" hitmaker has shared an old mugshot on the photo sharing app either, as in April he shared another snap from his 2014 arrest alongside a more recent picture.

In January 2014, he was arrested in Miami Beach and charged with DUI and resisting arrest after cops saw him speeding down a residential street in a yellow Lamborghini. Soon thereafter the vocalist was captured again and this time accused of hazardous driving and attack, after an impact between a minivan and an ATV close to the place where he grew up of Stratford, Ontario.

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