Does somebody need to wash Justin Bieber's mouth out with soap?
Perhaps, seeing how the Australian Federal Police (AFP) gave the pop star, as well as members of his touring entourage, a verbal warning at the Brisbane International Airport "in relation to inappropriate language" on Sunday, Nov. 24.
A spokesperson for the AFP confirmed to E! News that it did in fact speak to "a 19-year-old man."
What's more, the AFP also issued a notice to appear in court to a 23-year-old man, believed to be part of Bieber's entourage, "in relation to importing a border controlled drug (cannabis)."
While E! News has confirmed that Bieber was the 19-year-old man, the AFP could not reveal the actual identities of the individuals due to privacy reasons.
E! News received a "no comment" from Bieber's rep when asked about the incident.
Bieber has concerts scheduled for Adelaide and Perth on Dec. 5 and Dec. 8, respectively.
Meanwhile, E! News has exclusively learned that the world premiere of the singer's upcoming movie, Justin Bieber's Believe, will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 18 at Regal L.A. Live in downtown Los Angeles—with none other than Bieber himself attending.
The film, directed by Never Say Never helmer Jon M. Chu, is an in-depth look at Bieber's life featuring behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with Bieber, his manager Scooter Braun, mom Pattie Mallette and superstars like Usher and Ludacris.
Justin Bieber's Believe opens nationwide on Christmas Day.