Justin Bieber's pet monkey has been sized at a German airport after the singer tried to sneak him into the country.
To add to the pop singer's growing list of law problems – Bieb may now face prosecution in Munich for not having the correct paper work to allow Mally the monkey into the country.
The singer reportedly flew his monkey in with him on his private jet from Los Angeles to Munich ahead of his gig at the city's Olmpiahalle.
The monkey is now in quarantine and Justin will face a £10,000 fine and will have to pay for the animal's care.
A custom's spokesperson told The Sun, 'The animal required a certificate of health and other authorisations. You cannot just land with a wild animal and bring it into the country if the flight has not originated from another EU country and you don't have the proper paperwork.'
The monkey was a birthday present from music producer Mally Mall for JB's 19th birthday at the beginning of the month.
Bieber is already in trouble as he is being investigated on a battery allegation after an altercation with his neighbour.
Time for a spot of good PR now Justin. May we suggest charity work?
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