Justin Bieber made off with the usual haul—the undying love of thousands of Beliebers—Saturday night in South Africa.
Not so usual? Johannesburg's FNB Stadium being robbed of more than $300,000 in cash afterward, money reportedly from both Bieber's show and Saturday night's Bon Jovi concert.
"The suspect had gained entry through the roof," Katlego Mogale, a spokeswoman for the Booysens police station in Soweto told Sky News today. "They broke the tile...of the bathroom between last night [Sunday] after the concert, and this morning." She also said that a staffer had secured the money in question in a safe last night and no one noticed that it was missing until today.
"In the interest of safety and security of our staff and in the light of an ongoing investigation, Big Concerts will not comment further on this incident," the South Africa-based entertainment promoter told E! News.
And so ends the overseas leg of the unexpectedly eventful Believe world tour, which is scheduled to resume June 22 in San Diego.
"glad to chill for a few days. gonna take it easy. that was an amazing tour. thanks to all the fans around the world. #grateful to all of u," Bieber tweeted this afternoon.