The 23-year-old singer was ushered by his security team and his pastor to a car after fans crowded around him outside the eatery.
Justin Bieber was mobbed by fans in suburban Sydney, Australia when he was leaving popular chicken eatery Nando's on Thursday, July 6. Fans rushed to take photos with the Canadian heartthrob, as soon as he stepped out of the eatery with his Hillsong pastor Carl Lentz.
Channeling his inner Luigi from Super Mario Bros games, Justin sported camouflage-printed overalls, black boots, a Supreme hat and a green hoodie during the outing. In some photos, the singer was seemingly stunned when fans abruptly crowded him. Fortunately, his pastor and bodyguard protected him in the fan frenzy and led him through the crowd into a waiting car.
Justin and his pastor have been attending Hillsong Conference services at Qudos Bank Arena in Olympic Park. The "Love Yourself" hitmaker flew to Australia a few days ago to attend the conference, one of the large-scale events held by the church in Sydney, New York and London. It was unclear why the duo made a stop in Auburn, Sydney, though.
Pastor Carl recently confirmed that Justin wasn't being paid to be at the conference. "I think that Justin is a good Christian," he said. "I don't think his problem are behind him, but we all have to deal with other stuff to come." He added, "His relationship with Jesus is changing his life daily. It is one of those things where you never really get it, it takes a while to keep growing as a person."