Bieberoni was spotted at Toronto's Fifth Pubhouse by himself where he enjoyed a pint of beer and watched the Toronto Raptors game — then reminded everyone just how musically gifted he is by playing some tunes on the bar's piano!
Showing off his skills on the keys, the Purpose singer played Beethoven's Fur Elise, the Beatles' Let It Be, and of course a few of his own hits.
Bartender Dale McDermott, who recently moved to the Canadian city from Dublin, Ireland, recounted the experience meeting the pop star on Twitter. He shared:
The British royal family is in Canada this weekend for an official goodwill visit, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau greeted them as they arrived on the plane in the city of Victoria, British Columbia.
The only problem was, well, Prince George was NOT feeling the Prime Minister!
A teacher in Canada is in huge trouble with her school after making a number of legitimately filthy comments to her students including, yes, telling one kid to "lick me where I fart."
Jennifer Elizabeth Green-Johnson, who teaches at Dunnville Secondary School in Ontario, is being investigated for making a number of potty-mouthed comments to her 10th-12th grade students over the past year, and is now set for a disciplinary hearing on September 23.
She's been docked for a month without pay already, and this is not the first time she's been reprimanded, punished, or outright suspended for inappropriate actions in the classroom, according to the Brantford Expositor.
This most recent time may end up being the most serious, though, as the school board has the ability to fire her — and they may do so because of the "lick me where I fart" comment as well as a bunch of other inappropriate things she's done.
This just goes to show that the Internet is once again the most bizarre place on Earth.
A consulting company called ORTECH has a Twitter account with nearly 12,000 followers, linked it to an automated bot that greets each new follower with a special tweet with the person's name when the user hits 'follow.'
Sounds polite, and nice, and not at all controversial, right?! Well… it was only a matter of time until the Internet ruined it!!
A few hours ago, somebody figured out the bot was automated, and so if a Twitter user were to change their display name, and follow the @ORTECHCanada account, hilarity (and in some cases horribleness) would ensure.
Here's the first tweet that set off a MASSIVE response from the darkest corners of the 'Net (below):