Teen pop bad boy Justin Bieber has been told to curb his enthusiasm for partying by LA police after repeated complaints from his long-suffering neighbours in Beverly Hills.
Bieber has not been charged for his hell-raising but police told residents that they could make a citizen's arrest if the 20-year-old didn't keep it down to a dull roar.
According to The New York Daily News, local police made six separate visits to Bieber's penthouse condo in recent days. "Four in the morning, he has music pounding," Sharona Zinati, a nearby resident, told KTLA-TV. "He's causing a lot of nuisance."
Sergeant Max Subin of the LAPD said: "We ask for Mr Bieber . . . to take the bull by the horns and actually turn down the music and limit the size of his parties in consideration for the [nearby] sleeping child and elderly residents.".
Meanwhile, Bieber has released tracks online from a possible new album.