Bieber apologises to fellow passenger
London, July 28 (IANS) Teen sensation Justin Bieber was reportedly forced to apologise to a fellow passenger on an Air New Zealand flight after he allegedly caused a disturbance by cursing loudly in the first class section.
The 18-year-old was travelling back to Los Angeles following a promotional trip to Australia and New Zealand earlier this month, when his antics with his entourage began to get loud, reports tmz.com.
Bieber and his pals were approached by a woman passenger, who urged the singer to stop swearing and keep the noise down.
The woman told the group to "stop yelling curse words and using that kind of language on a plane" and that it was "not appropriate", prompting an apology from the singer.
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