The mayor of an Australian city wants Justin Bieber to clean up the graffiti he sprayed all over one of his town's walls last week.

I thought it was illegal to sell spray paint to children under 12?

According to TMZ, Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate has issued a video message to Bieber, after the Biebs spray painted a hotel wall during a visit last week.

"I've got a message for pop princess Justin Beaver (sic)," Tate said "We love your music but we hate your graffiti and your vandalism here in our city."

That's pretty funny.

He continued, "Mate, you've got two choices: come back and clean up your mess or come back and sing at the (Mayor's Christmas Carols event) on the 7th of December."

Graffiti painted by Canadian pop star Justin Bieber on the wall of the QT hotel on the Gold Coast, Australia, 28 November 2013.
Graffiti painted by Canadian pop star Justin Bieber on the wall of the QT hotel on the Gold Coast, Australia, 28 November 2013. (EPA/Dan Peled)

It's unclear what will happen if Bieber ignores both requests. Probably what happens every time Justin Bieber does something dumb that irritates adults. Nothing.

Last month, Bieber tagged his way through Latin America, making headlines for brandishing spray paint in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (where he was charged a fine) and Bogota, Columbia.

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