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Justin Bieber stakes 'urine-based claim' on part of Colorado

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Justin Bieber marked his territory on Sunday, and we don't mean Selena Gomez, either. According to Perez Hilton, on Sunday, while in Colorado, Bieber decided to lay claim to part of the Centennial State.

We already know that Bieber considers himself "too good" to pee in a public restroom, at least if a mop bucket is around. Reportedly, he's too good for a public restroom if there is a snowbank nearby.

A witness in Snowmass, Colo., saw Bieber's motorcade pull over to the side of a private road in a wealthy residential area. Bieber then whizzed into the snow before whizzing away, period.

Not only that, he whizzed not just some random yellow pattern, but his initials.

We'll see if any damage control is necessary in this case. When we last saw Bieber peeing where he shouldn't, it was mid-2013 and not only did he pee into a mop bucket, he sprayed cleaning fluid onto a picture of Bill Clinton while saying "F**k Bill Clinton." He later apologized directly to the former president.

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