Some might think Justin Bieber has unfairly gotten a bad rap, but a new video of the 19-year-old carelessly peeing into a restaurant mop bucket doesn't add to any good-boy image.
TMZ obtained a video of Bieber relieving himself into a mop bucket in the back of an unidentified restaurant in New York City earlier this year. The singer -- whom TMZ describes as an "oblivious, self-important little twit" -- apparently saw no issue with it, laughing through the recording despite the fact that some unwitting employee probably had to clean that up.
To top it all off, at the end of the clip Bieber sprays a photo of Bill Clinton with a cleaning liquid and says "F**k Bill Clinton!"
When contacted by The Huffington Post, representatives for Bieber declined to comment.
The pop singer has been making fewer headlines about his music and more about his behavior recently. A Twitter meltdown, drugs on his tour bus and an insensitive message written in the guestbook at the Anne Frank House are some of the lowlights. Most recently, Bieber was banned from an indoor skydiving facility in Las Vegas after he failed to pay a $1,600 bill for him and his friends, whom staff described as "a disrespectful bunch."
Bieber has attempted to defend himself by reasoning "I'm young and I make mistakes." His mother thinks he is a good kid just going through some changes.
"I think it's the same with any parent of an adult child," Pattie Mallette told "Fox & Friends" during an interview Tuesday. "You know, once they turn 18, 19, and they move away from home and they start making their own decisions. The parenting style changes and you hope to still be a voice in their ear and you."
"You know, you've got to love them and encourage them and he knows what I think," she added. "He knows the things that I agree with. He knows the things that I disagree with. But he also knows the many things that I'm really proud of him for. He does a lot of great things that don't show up in the headlines."
ALSO ON HUFFPOST:
Spilling the tea 24/7. Never miss a beat. Learn more