JB 'putting others' safety in jeopardy'

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Justin Bieber has been warned by police not to drive his Can-Am Spyder on the pavement again.

The 20-year-old singer, who is currently on probation, was accused of “putting other people's safety in jeopardy” after he was captured on video illegally driving the three-wheeled motorcycle dangerously close to pedestrians on the pavement to avoid traffic in Beverly Hills on Thursday.

A spokesperson for the Beverly Hills Police Department told E! News: “We highly encourage Mr. Bieber to stay off the pavement and remain in traffic. This is incredibly unsafe. He's putting other people's safety in jeopardy.”

He also said that such reckless driving is a “vehicle code violation, which is an infraction.”

According to gossip website TMZ.com, which obtained the video footage, the 'Heartbreaker' hitmaker, who is believed to have rekindled his relationship with Selena Gomez again, merged off the pavement at an intersection, and came close to crashing into an elderly woman with a walker.

Justin is on two years probation stemming from the egging of his former neighbour's house in Calabasas, California earlier this year and was also recently ordered to perform five days of community service and attend 12 weeks of anger management classes.

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