It was only a matter of time before the video of Justin Bieber’s booking surfaced online, and frankly, we’re surprised it took this long!

The minute-long clip, which has hit the web via websites such as The Telegraph, TMZ and the Daily Mail, was captured just a little while after Bieber was arrested in Miami for allegedly drag racing under the influence last month. Upon pulling the 19-year-old singer over, police then reportedly discovered that the Biebs was in possession of an expired license and he later racked up a ‘resisting arrest’ charge when he refused to remove his hands from his pockets.

In the booking video, Bieber can be seen getting frisked by an officer, as he removes his shoes and other articles of clothing, though the Daily Mail reports that nothing illegal was found on the singer.

Since his January 23rd arrest, the international pop star has continued to make headlines, with reports that he turned himself in while in Toronto late last month for a situation involving the assault of a limo driver.

Then, while leaving his home country, Bieber, his father and his entourage reportedly caused further problems on their rented plane, as they allegedly harassed a flight attended and smoked so much marijuana that the pilots had to wear oxygen masks to avoid failing a future drug test.

The plane was detained and searched when it landed in Tereboro, NJ but no drugs were found.

Most recently, headlines broke that Bieber may be charged with a felony for allegedly egging his neighbor’s house last month, causing a reported $20,000 in damages.

“I went to the D.A.’s Office today with the paperwork, and I want a felony.  Of course I want a felony,” Lt. Dave Thompson said in a statement to TMZ on Thursday.

Do you think Justin Bieber will get his act together anytime soon? Sound off in the comments section!


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