JUSTIN Bieber is currently in London for the second part of the UK leg of his Purpose tour.
And the Sorry singer seems to be having a blast in the capital.
He was spotted heading out of an afterparty with Usain Bolt, at Tape nightclub.
The pair were in town celebrating the premiere of the athlete’s cinematic debut, in his film, I Am Bolt.
The 22 year old was seen leaving the bash at 4am, in an over-sized green coat.
He showed off a new accessory – a pair of glasses – as he left the club, and he covered up against the cold with a stripy beanie hat.
But it was his bizarre facial expression that had everyone confused.
Instead of smiling for cameras, he seemed to be blowing a raspberry for waiting paps.
Justin, who recently unveiled his latest tattoo, made headlines recently, after he had an awkward moment with an over-excited fan.
Drake’s pal seemed to be happy as he sat in the back of a car, before heading into his Barcelona concert, earlier this month.
He could be seen smiling as he approached a group of waiting fans, with the window open.
But one over-zealous Belieber seemed to follow the moving car, and reached into the vehicle, towards the singer.
However, it’s unclear was he was doing.
His actions provoked a reaction from the Baby singer, whose arm was then seen reaching from the car as he struck the man with a jab to the face.
As Justin’s car drives away, the man is seen touching his face in shock before turning to the camera to show his bloodied lip.
A group of girls then rally around him, shocked when they realise their friend is bleeding.
The man is then seen spitting some of the blood out of his mouth after he reenacts the altercation to the camera.
One person who has defended his actions is Rita Ora, who went so far as to suggest his behaviour was natural given the circumstances.
“I’m not speaking for anybody.
“But knowing him and his incredible background, I know how it feels to be uncomfortable and scared,” she explained to the Metro.
“I feel like anyone who had a hand in their face is going to protect themselves.
“There are definitely moments where they cross over the boundary of it becoming almost scary.”
The incident is now “in the hands of the lawyers.”