Mar 5 2013, 5:40am CST | by Luigi Lugmayr
Justin Bieber received a customized Batman motorbike for his 19th birthday.
The 'Boyfriend' singer's father Jeremy Bieber gifted him the lavish ride which features tributes to his 35 million Twitter followers, his favorite hockey jersey number and several of his tattoos.
Justin's dad showcased the slick bike in a YouTube video to celebrate his 19th birthday - which took place on March 1 - dubbing it the 'Bieber Bat Bike' as the motorcycle looks similar to the revved-up motorbike seen in 'The Dark Knight' movies starring Christian Bale as the Caped Crusader.
The fast and furious bike should go a long way to cheer up Justin, who labeled his birthday as his "worst" ever.
The 'Beauty and a Beat' hitmaker, who is currently in London for his 'Believe' world tour, had hired celebrity haunt Cirque Du Soir on Friday (01.03.13) for a private bash but walked out of the circus-themed club after just five minutes.
The star's friends, including 14-year-old Jaden Smith and rumored girlfriend Ella-Paige Roberts Clarke, 17, were reportedly denied entry to the club.
A spokesperson for the celebrity hotspot said: "We, like all clubs in London, operate a strict age policy. As a few of the members of [Bieber's] party were under the suitable age of 18, the security team clearly explained this rule and refused entry to the club for anyone who could not provide us with adequate proof of age.
"We are very sorry, and understand it's [Bieber's] birthday, but our hands are tied with local authorities and rules we need to follow. We clearly didn't want to give him the 'worst birthday'. He is a friend and previously was always welcomed with open arms."
Source: Bang Showbiz
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