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Deport Justin Bieber petition gets Senator backing after boob licking photo

The push to deport Justin Bieber via an online petition started Jan. 23 got some powerful Washington backing Tuesday. Sen. Mark Warner was a guest on a Virginia radio station morning show when he offered to sign the White House petition, saying he didn't think Justin Bieber was a good influence on kids, according to The Washington Post on Feb. 4.

Justin Bieber is getting renewed support for deportation today, as a U.S. Senator offered to sign the online petition to the White House on a radio show this morning.
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This comes fresh on the heels of Bieber's latest misadventure, in which he's pictured in a photo obtained by TMZ with pal Khalil Sharieff, each licking a stripper's boob.

"As a dad with three daughters, is there someplace I can sign?" Sen. Warner laughingly asked after being questioned about Bieber by FM99's "Rumble in the Morning" hosts this morning in Chesapeake.

Of course there's also Justin's reported recent $75,000 spending spree on strippers at a Miami Beach strip club just prior to his DUI arrest.

And don't forget before that came the embarrassing photos of the 19-year-old Canadian pop star emerging from a Brazilian brothel after an alleged after-hours party with two prostitutes.

All this may have led Editor-in-Chief of Hollywood Life Bonnie Fuller to advise Bieber yesterday, "Justin, a generation of young women fell in love with you because you seemed like the perfect guy - sweet, cute, romantic, sensitive, and respectful to your young female fans. You need to remember that the next time you’re about to lick a stripper."