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Teen singing sensation Justin Bieber continues to have issues with his safety. It may be great to have so many young fans showing up at his events, but it is getting dangerous for him, his family and the fans.

Justin arrived in New Zealand today for a concert. He and his mother were promptly attacked by fans at the airport. Bieber’s hat was stolen right off of his head and his mother was knocked to the ground by the out of control crowd as they tried to get close to Justin. Needless to say, the 16-year-old wasn’t very happy.

Bieber took to his Twitter page to show his disapproval of the crazy behavior of his fans. He ‘tweeted’, “Not happy that someone stole my hat and knocked down my mama. Come on people.”

Because of the airport uproar, he was forced to cancel a meet-and-greet. Earlier in the week things also got out of control in Australia and his outdoor concert was canceled.

A group of 5,000 fans camped out for the show only to be told it wasn’t going to happen. Police ended up shutting down the event and clearing the area after paramedics were forced to break down barriers to rescue some young girls who were in danger of being crushed by the hoards of people. This is the third such occurrence – check out the Roosevelt Field Mall fiasco here.

Bieber ‘tweeted’: “I am just as disappointed as everyone else with the news from this morning. I want to sing for my fans.”

The single bright spot of the trip afforded the singer an opportunity to bungee jump – see video below.

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