Sean Penn isn't the only celebrity whose exploits in Mexico are making headlines today. I'm starting to think Justin Bieber's whole reformed bad boy thing isn't going to stick, because he's in some very familiar trouble again — namely upsetting officials in a Latin American country for improper activities around historic landmarks.
Bieber — who is probably the only person who put the new "Point Break" remake on his 2015 best movies list — got scolded in Mexico for reportedly trying to climb onto or among the ruins at a Mayan archeological site of Tulum, according to ABC News. An unnamed source from the National Institute of Anthropology and History says that Bieber and his entourage were "asked to leave" after the incident, which should be a familiar feeling for them by now.
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Bieber ran into similar trouble in Brazil in 2013 when he tried to practice his mad graffiti skills on a building that was actually a historic landmark. At least now he's just trying to do parkour.
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