Justin Bieber Used By Police To Threaten Drunk Drivers

02-07-2017
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Justin Bieber

(Radio.com) Justin Bieber's T-Mobile Super Bowl commercial turned heads: The pop star cycled through a wide array of touchdown moves for the #UnlimitedMoves campaign, featuring special guests like New England Patriot Rob Gronkowski.

As with everything Bieber-related, the spot earned euphoric praise from fans and some skepticism from Justin's haters. A Twitter handle for the Wyoming, Minnesota police department tweeted a warning to drunk drivers: "If you drive drunk tonight we're going to subject you to that Justin Bieber @TMobile Super Bowl Commercial the entire way to jail."

For some, that surely constitutes cruel and unusual punishment. The small-town law enforcement operation earned more than 8,000 retweets and a nation of new fans: They even had to clarify that Wyoming, MN is a city in Minnesota--not the state of Wyoming. Read more here.

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