Justin Bieber may have millions of fans around the world but that shouldn't excuse him from behaving on an airplane, at least according to one passenger. While on a first class flight from Australia to the U.S., the singer and his entourage were reportedly throwing around a string of curse words when another passenger, a mother of two, stepped in. A source told TMZ that the woman asked for him to "stop yelling curse words and using that kind of language on a plane. It's not appropriate." Embarrassed, Bieber quickly apologized.
The scolding comes not long after Bieber was slammed by his Los Angeles neighbors, celebrity couple Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard, for "the music and the parties and the paparazzi. It's like living in Lebanon now," Shepard said on The View earlier this week. When asked if he had ever gone over to ask them to keep it down, Shepard said, "I know myself well enough — once I go over to the neighbor's house, all hell's breaking loose." The couple admits they could be wrong about the music coming from Bieber's house, but probably not. "We just know since he moved in, the music has been blaring," added Bell. "And it's not like super late-night parties, it's just a lot of music, all the time. But the paparazzi thing is really annoying because that's not our thing."