The price of fame, hey.

Justin Bieber couldn’t get away from the hordes of smartphone-armed fans while recently on tour in Australia. Not even on a secret island in Queensland

But when the popstar tried to sit down for lunch at Sydney chicken joint, Chargrill Charlie’s on Friday afternoon (you know, as normal people do) but became obvious just how much it would suck to be him.

He was met by a large gang of fans, who police kept at bay while he ate. Undeterred, they just stood there — staring at him while he ate his chicken and greens. It looks like the saddest lunch ever.

Finishing his lunch, the mayhem didn’t end as he tried to run away from the growing number of teenage fans and paparazzi. 

Bieber had some choice words in his encounters with fans, saying: “The more you guys scream and act like animals, the less we can have a conversation.”

Or: “Who touched my face, don’t touch my face.” Sigh. 

It’s no wonder Bieber thanked a police officer called “Dennis” who helped him get around the fan-clogged streets of Sydney suburb, Mosman.

Yes there’s the fame, and the money. But who’d actually want to be a celebrity?

Miss you Dennis

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Not us, mate. 



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