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Swedish Police Find Stun Gun, Drugs on Justin Bieber's Tour Bus

Well, this is just shocking
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MIGUEL MEDINA

Here we go again: According to the Washington Post, Swedish police have found "a small amount of drugs" and a stun gun on Justin Bieber's tour bus. 

Officers searched the empty bus outside of the concert venue in Stockholm where Bieber was performing Wednesday night after smelling marijuana coming from inside the bus. Police spokesman Lars Bystrom said Thursday that police have no suspects and no one has been arrested.

We're really not all that shocked about the drugs part, because come on. In January, Biebs was photographed smoking what looked like a blunt (and having a really good time while he was at it). The "Beauty and a Beat" singer tweeted after the photos surfaced online, "Everyday growing and learning. trying to be better. u get knocked down, u get up." Also, he's 19. Uh-duh.

But the stun gun part? Whoa. That's kinda crazy. Are those even legal to own? Don't tase anyone, bro.

Bieber's manager Scooter Braun tweeted this morning, likely responding to the incident:

Because—little-known fact—Churchill was actually referring to a drug possession allegations against a famous pop star.

Aaaaaand, here it is. Bieber's (supposed) response:

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