Sometimes, there just aren't enough words.
Elderly man Justin Bieber was carried up the Great Wall of China Monday by his bodyguards, in what seems to be a scene out of an old Cleopatra movie.
The 19-year-old's avid fan base, in the form of Twitter account BelieveTourUpdates, posted photos of the Canadian prince being carried on the shoulders of much stronger men up the historical landmark.
(4) Justin being carried by his bodyguards up the Great Wall of China today in Beijing, China (September 30th, 2013) pic.twitter.com/uaDsXLD8li
— BelieveTourUpdates™ (@BelieveTUpdates) September 30, 2013
Bieber is in China as part of his Believe tour and is set to perform in Dalian tomorrow. And just in case being carried on the shoulders of other human men instead of his own two feet is not outlandish enough, Bieber also ran (and biked) around wearing a Chinese policeman's hat in Beijing yesterday.
Yo Bieber, Halloween is still almost a month away.
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