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Teen superstar Justin Bieber was also an hour late for a concert in Nottingham on Saturday night, according to the Nottingham Evening Post.
"My daughter was just so distraught we had to go before he was even on stage," one mother told the paper. There was no apology or anything – I'm disgusted."
Another parent complained that she paid £330 for her daughter to meet the Canadian singer but the experience lasted "no more than 20 seconds."
The day after Justin Bieber performed in Nottingham, it has emerged that £9000 of fake Bieber merchandise was seized during a crackdown at his Birmingham NIA performance earlier this week.
The joint operation by West Midlands Police and Birmingham's Trading Standards team stopped 15 traders and seized a total of 500 posters, 100 t-shirts, 50 hooded tops and 50 lanyards - with a street value of up to £9,000.
Trading standards teams and the police in Nottingham are gearing up for a busy evening ahead of pop star Justin Bieber's appearance in the city.
They fear the teenage singer's popularity is so huge that counterfeit tickets and merchandise will be rife in the city.
Plain clothed officers and trading standards officials will seize any illegal goods being sold on the street before and after the concert. It's sold out, and 9000 fans have been queuing throughout the day.
Justin Bieber, the American singer, a heart-throb for teenagers around the world is performing in Nottingham tonight.
His devoted fans have been queueing since before sunrise this morning.
Devoted fans of American teen-pop sensation Justin Bieber have been queueing outside the Nottingham LG Arena since the early hours to see him perform this evening.
With over 9,000 people expected to turn up there is a lot of 'love' for Justin Bieber as this crowd of fans show.
Trading standards in Nottingham are targeting ticket touts and street sellers selling fakes ahead of the big Justin Bieber concert in Nottingham tonight.
More than 9000 people are expected to see him at the Capital FM Arena as part of his UK tour which arrived in the Midlands earlier this week.