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Man lunges at Justin Bieber at German nightclub

Published 24/09/2016

Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber

The singer was being escorted out of the bar when the incident occurred.

Justin Bieber narrowly avoided a bar brawl at a nightclub in Germany on Friday night (23Sep16) after a male reveller lunged at the singer.

The Sorry hitmaker was being escorted through the crowd at the HEART nightclub in Munich when he was attacked.

Video footage of the incident, obtained by TMZ.com, shows the pop superstar walking past a brunette barmaid dressed in a traditional German outfit as he tries to leave the club.

A man's arms can then be seen reaching towards Bieber and shoving him. A shocked Justin stops in his tracks as his team, including business partner John Shahidi, take care of the offending man.

Newly-single Bieber was promptly escorted out of the club by the Bavarian barmaid after the incident.

Justin is currently on the European leg of his Purpose World Tour, and is set to perform in Oslo, Norway, on Saturday (24Sep16).

It's not the first time the 22-year-old has been involved in a fracas - in June (16), he was caught on camera brawling with a man outside his hotel in Ohio following a National Basketball Association (NBA) championship game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the visiting Golden State Warriors.

The singer appeared to exchange blows with the guy, before he was thrown to the ground, prompting a woman to intervene and break up the fight. Justin later took to social media to boast about his lack of injuries, insisting there was "not a scratch" on his face.

Earlier in the year (16), Bieber was also reportedly forced to leave a 2016 Brit Awards afterparty when a fight broke out between a member of his entourage and another club-goer in London.

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