Justin Bieber may or may not have some 'splainin' to do to his girlfriend Selena Gomez, but he's already done some to the police. On April 9, the Teen Dream was photographed being approached and presumably reprimanded by one of L.A.'s finest for illegally parking his blindingly shiny chrome electric car. Whether he actually got a ticket for leaving the $116,000 Fisker Karma sitting around where it didn't legally belong is not yet known. So far, all that has been confirmed is that the cop told Biebs to move the car immediately, which he presumably did. There's nothing else terribly interesting about the incident. Well, there is one thing. JB was parked in front of a massage parlor. What would Selena Gomez say? Forget her. What would his mother Pattie Mallette say?
Of course, there are massage parlors and "massage" parlors. In photos of the incident, there's no way to tell exactly which kind Biebs parked near. The establishment in question is sandwiched unobtrusively between a Mexican restaurant of some sort and a nail salon. JB probably just felt like stopping for a taco, or maybe he got a sudden urge for a manicure. Of course, there's nothing wrong with getting a good massage. Or a good "massage" for that matter. In fact, on Valentine's Day Selena Gomez gifted her Ã¼ber famous beau with a fancy "his and hers" massage session at her house. Or rather, she tried to. Justin reportedly had a conniption fit because he couldn't bear the sight of a hot guy putting his hands all over his girlfriend's body--even in a legitimate, therapeutic massage. Oops.
Oh well, you can see photos of Justin Bieber, the cop, and the massage ("massage?") parlor by clicking here.
Note to Justin Bieber: Maybe you should start working on that explanation, Kid. Just saying.
Â© Hope Carson 2012
Hope Carson is the author of 2 books: A Roaring Girl: An Interview with the Thinking Man's Hooker and A Thousand and One Night Stands: The Life of Jon Vincent. You can follow her on Twitter.