Justin Bieber was forced to stay inside Hard Days Night Hotel once he arrived in Liverpool, England on March 10 because hundreds of fans flocked outside the building and would cause a "potential riot" if he dared to come out. Reportedly, the Canadian singing sensation was supposed to take a historic "The Beatles" tour in the city that day, but has scrapped it due to the unsafe environment.
Although it was impossible to come out of his hotel, Bieber managed to greet his fans from the balcony. "There are like thousands of people out there. Love everybody but gonna try and get some sleep. Please don't scream lol," he tweeted. "THIS IS CRAZY! Trying to work it out so I can say whatup to my fans. I LOVE YOU GUYS!"
Rumor has it, police actually threatened to arrest Bieber if he or his team went anywhere near the balcony because the authority believed it would cause more riot. "Trying to work it out so i can say whatup to my fans," he explained. "And then, success! That was great! got to say hi to everyone. we are following the rules. lol."
Justin Bieber came to U.K. as part of the international leg of his "My World" tour. Police was forced to shut down North John Street after traffic was brought to a standstill as a number of fans, who were mostly of school age, gathered outside his hotel and demanded to meet him. "Merseyside Police has been called to North John Street in Liverpool City Centre to ensure control of a crowd that has gathered outside the Hard Days Night Hotel," it was explained.
"[The street] has been closed to traffic and police would urge the public to avoid the area if possible. Officers are working with the management of the hotel and with Justin Bieber's security team to ensure his safety, the safety of other guests and of the crowd."