Drugs and a stun gun found on Bieber bus
Swedish police have found drugs and a stun gun on board a tour bus used by pop singer Justin Bieber.
A small amount of drugs were found when officers raided the empty bus parked under the Globen concert venue in Stockholm, where Bieber was performing on Wednesday.
Police spokesman Lars Bystrom said they have no suspects and no-one has been arrested.
He declined to identify the drug, saying it had been sent to a laboratory for analysis.
Police acted after smelling marijuana coming from inside the bus when it was parked outside the hotel where Bieber was staying.
The drug squad was alerted and searched the bus during the concert.
The Canadian singer is in Stockholm as part of a world tour.
The incident is the latest in Bieber's tumultuous European tour, which has included a monkey detention, a Holocaust museum furore and a health scare.
In Britain, the 19-year-old singer struggled with his breathing and fainted backstage at a London show. He was taken to a hospital, only to be caught on camera clashing with paparazzi.
In Germany, the Canadian teenage idol had to leave his monkey in quarantine since he didn't have the necessary papers for the animal.