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Underage Justin Bieber enjoys game of game beer pong with older pals.

London, Oct 10 ( ANI ): Justin Bieber's clean image has appealed to protective parents as much to his young fanbase, but it seems even the teen popstar is susceptible to the occasional temptation.

A photo has emerged showing the 'Baby' hitmaker apparently enjoying the college drinking game beer pong, the Daily Mail reported.

The teen star is seen standing at a table with a group of apparently older friends, with the telltale red beer cups and cans of the game laid out on the ping pong table in front of the them.

Bieber is not seen holding a drink in the picture and looks rather less comfortable than the participants, in his childish backpack and cap.

While at 18, Bieber has three years until he can legally drink alcohol in the US, it is not known where or when the photo was taken.

The star would be old enough to consume alcohol in many of the countries he travels to as part of his music career, including parts of his home country of Canada and most of Europe.

According to, the photo was either taken in Alabama in June, when he would have been underage, or in Canada or Georgia.

Beer pong is a popular college drinking game in the US, and involves players throwing a ping pong ball across a table into a cup of beer on the other end. If a ball lands in a cup, then the contents of that cup are consumed by the other team. ( ANI )


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Date:Oct 10, 2012
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