Justin Bieber pulled over by police in Los Angeles
Published Thursday, October 27, 2011 11:04AM EDT
Justin Bieber was pulled over by police in Los Angeles this week.
The 'Baby' hitmaker was driving in his 'Batman'-customised Cadillac in the city – flanked by a Range Rover and a Rolls Royce – when he cut off an officer and was asked to stop driving, gossip website TMZ reports.
However, 17-year-old Justin was let off with a warning by the cops and he was allowed to carry on his way in his car, which is emblazoned with Batman symbols and has the word Batmobile scrawled on the back.
It also has custom-made 'JB' logo on the side panels.
The incident is the latest in a long-string of problems Canadian-born Justin has had with his automobiles.
In August he was involved in a minor crash with a Honda Civic in Los Angeles while driving his Ferrari, and he was pulled over by undercover police earlier in the year while driving Sean Kingston's Rolls Royce because they thought he was too young.
A source said at the time: "An undercover police officer was driving behind Justin and [his passenger] Sean Kingston. He pulled them over in front of the restaurant on Ocean Drive because he thought it was strange that this young kid was driving a brand new convertible Rolls-Royce."