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FAA Examine allegations of Justin Bieber disturbing Pilot With in-flight Pot

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Reckless endangerment seems to be the calling card of Justin Bieber where ever he seems to land. This time he and his father’s alleged card “extremely abusive verbal” conduct on a recent flight to New Jersey is being examined by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reported CNN. The 19-year-old singer has left a tattered trail of bad boy behavior all over the United States and even in Canada, where he was recently arrested in Toronto and “accused of assaulting his limousine driver in December of 2013.

This time Bieber and his father is said to have tagged teamed in engaging in atrocious behavior while on the flight to attend Sunday’s Super Bowl in the chartered jet, which may have bordered on the criminal. According to CNN, during the flight the youthful singer, his father and members of his group made insulting and threatening comments to the flight attendant which is completely against FAA regulations.

The regulations are quite clear, and they state in part that, “No person may assault, threaten, intimidate, or interfere with a crew member in the performance of the crew member’s duties aboard an aircraft,” according to CNN.

The abhorrent behavior escalated to the point where Bieber and his followers’ pot smoking resulted in being warned by the pilot to stop smoking the marijuana, according to by U.S. Customs and Border Protection report.

The pot smoke had become so thick, that according to CNN, “the pilots donned oxygen masks to keep them from inhaling the pot smoke.” In fact once the plane had landed at Teterboro, Federal agents from Drug Enforcement Administration, CBP and Immigration and Customs Enforcement searched the plane with drug-sniffing dogs to see if any drugs remained on the plane. Dogs found no remaining pot on board.

Bieber and his entourage at to cool their heels while border agents questioned them to determine if they should be admitted into the United States. So the question is where what is the status of the 106,000 signature petition sitting on Obama’s desk requesting that he boot this bad boy from Canada back to the frozen tundra?

The pilot and the flight staff of the chartered flight he took certainly would like an affirmative response from President Obama on the petition to boot him out permanently.

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