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Swedish Cops Raid Justin Bieber's Tour Bus, Find Drugs And Stun Gun

Justin Bieber at the American Music Awards in 2012 (Jaguar PS /
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Swedish cops thought something smelled fishy—or actually, it was something skunky—aboard Justin Bieber's tour bus when they were called in to help out with security before Bieber's concert last night. So while Bieber was performing at a venue in Stockholm, cops raided the empty bus and turned up some drugs and a stun gun.No one has been arrested in the case, but police have sent the drugs they found aboard the tour bus to a laboratory, according to the Associated Press. It sounds like it's probably weed, which wouldn't be a big shocker since Bieber is rumored to be something of a stoner himself. The stun gun that requires a permit? We're not sure about that.

The raid happened last night just outside the Globen concert venue in Stockholm where Bieber was performing, police spokesman Lars Bystrom told the AP. "We don't have any concrete suspicions against any specific person; there were several people on the bus," Byström told Aftonbladet (via The Local).

Bieber has had an eventful swing through Europe: his monkey was quarantined in Germany and he stirred up controversy when he wrote in the guestbook of the Anne Frank House that he hoped she would have been a belieber.

This morning Bieber tweeted this out:

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