May 5, 2011, 1:54 pmYahoo!7 Music

A 17-year-old Bondi Junction teenager has been charged over the egg-throwing incident at Justin Bieber's Sydney concert last week.


A 17-year-old Bondi Junction teenager has been charged over the egg-throwing incident at Justin Bieber's Sydney concert last week.

The teen was arrested at his home at 7.30am this morning, and taken to Waverly Police Station where he was charged with breaking and entering, trespass and malicious damage.

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The offender has been granted conditional bail to appear at Parramatta Children's Court on June 2.

The arrest was made after management at Acer Arena filed an official complaint.

The teen allegedly gained entry by breaking into Acer Arena via the roof.

While Bieber was on stage performing a number of eggs were thrown, missing him and his dancers.

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Acer Arena management reported the matter to police after allegedly becoming aware of the details of the incident via a social networking site.

Justin has two remaining concerts on his Australian leg of his 'My World Tour' - Adelaide tonight, and Perth on Saturday night.

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  1. 07:01pm Friday 24th June 2011 ESTReport Abuse

    Well I never paid much attention to JB before, just another fad kind of thing, but I like what I'm seeing of him on this tour! The kid has a fantastic work ethic for a start (still performs when he's sick as a dog, Amy Winehouse take note!) and actively opposes bullying. Two qualities I've seen (so far) that could be encouraged a little more in our own youth. I think he's a little champion! But...I still probably won't buy his music or perfume... I might buy it for my nieces, though, after seeing all this!

  2. 05:43pm Saturday 28th May 2011 ESTReport Abuse

    I feel sorry for the eggs. They are the real victims in this story...

  3. 03:54pm Wednesday 11th May 2011 ESTReport Abuse

    10 years from now,he might become bald.......

  4. 12:08pm Tuesday 10th May 2011 ESTReport Abuse

    i think the egg thrower should be praised not charged for what he did. kids like that justin kid should not be allowed out in public with out a leash attached

  5. 07:23am Friday 06th May 2011 ESTReport Abuse

    yea its actually true Kamakazi Ogre, i took my daughter and her friend to the concert on friday the 29th of april and while they were on stage a bunch of eggs seemed to fall from a roof, they just continued on , justin and the dancers, a women came along and cleaned it up and it was basically not a big deal no mind was paid to it at all, very professional.

  6. 06:11pm Thursday 05th May 2011 ESTReport Abuse

    You guys really don't believe this, do you? This is a media stunt for Justin to say "hey, don't be a bullie". Its a prank...I'm sure a 17 Y.O from Bondi Junction would even bother climbing the roof of Acer Arena & busting in and simultaneously throw over 6 eggs at him from above & hey guess what Justin didn't even get hit! WOW! prank, stunt everyone......

  7. 05:54pm Thursday 05th May 2011 ESTReport Abuse

    Well the future sick character is someone that doesn't know themselves, and that would be you!!


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