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Thursday 23 October 2014

Joe Jonas 'was pretty depressed'

Joe Jonas

Joe Jonas was sad to the core when his bike was stolen.

The musician, who is part of the Jonas Brothers trio with his brothers Nick and Kevin, admits that he isn't always in high spirits.

One day as Joe was going about his normal business in New York City, the star became a victim of a series of catastrophes.

"All the time [I go biking]. Actually, my bike was stolen - it really was. I had a bike; literally it was my best friend," Joe recalled to MTV News. "I rode it everywhere and in the middle of the day, it was sunny out me and Nick were shopping in SoHo. I locked it up on Prince and Mercer, so it's a pretty busy street.

"Locked it up, a good lock, I mean it wasn't a heavy duty lock. And I came back ten minutes later and it was gone... it's really tough. I'm OK now, but at the time I was pretty depressed."

Big brother Nick did his best to assuage Joe's sorrow.

"Then Nick was like, 'Let me buy you ice cream. It'll make you feel better.' But then I dropped my ice cream cone on the ground and everybody around me was literally like, 'Awww.' It was so sad," he shared.

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