Graffiti on a wall inside the complex of a hotel in Queensland that was allegedly created by Canadian singer Justin Bieber
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Mayor asks Justin Bieber to remove graffiti from Australian hotel wall

A hotel in Queensland, Australia, says it wants to keep graffiti by the Canadian pop star Justin Bieber, despite being at odds with local authorities who think it is an eyesore and have asked for it to be removed.

It's thought the singer spray-painted cartoon faces onto an external wall of their Gold Coast hotel earlier this week.

Stephanie Boltje reports.

  • 28 Nov 2013
  • From the section World
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