Justin Bieber's Tour Bus Searched, Drugs Found
A stun gun also was found, no arrests were made, authorities say.
Justin Bieber's lengthy tour of Europe has lurched into another mishap, this time in Sweden.
The singer's bus was searched by Stockholm authorities after police smelled marijuana aboard the vehicle, a police spokesperson told the Associated Press. Unidentified drugs and a stun gun were found and no arrests were made, the AP noted.
"Some of the rumors about me ... where do people even get this stuff. whatever ... back to the music," Bieber wrote on Twitter on Thursday.
Legal or publicity snags have followed Bieber at many tour stops in Europe. The singer's pet monkey was seized in Germany in March because it didn't have the proper paperwork. (The AP noted earlier this week that the animal has yet to be claimed.)
In the Netherlands, the singer visited the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam only to be criticized for a brief note he wrote in the guestbook at the museum.
The Believe singer is scheduled to play two tour dates in Russia at the end of April and is returning to play West Coast concerts in the U.S. beginning June 22 in San Diego.