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Posted: 3:03 p.m. Wednesday, July 10, 2013
By Rodney Ho
When two celebrities of completely different orbs collide: Anthony Bourdain and Justin Bieber.
Bourdain, host of Atlanta-based CNN's "Parts Unknown," saw TMZ's video of Bieber (the pop star discovered by Atlantans Scooter Braun and Usher) urinating into a janitor's bucket at a NYC restaurant.
Naturally, the sardonic chef found this less than adequate in the etiquette or hygiene department and told his 1.5 million Twitter followers his displeasure:
"The chef should have put his foot up this young punk’s ***." (I'm trying to maintain some level of AJC decorum but you know exactly what that three-letter word is.)
Then he kept going:
"My dishwasher ain’t cleaning that up, squirrel balls!"
"Looking forward to seeing him open for Menudo at the State Fair— in about ten years."
"In a preemptive strike, I plan to tell my daughter that Justin Beiber tortures puppies."
Hey, Bourdain will be here all week! Don't forget to tip the waiters!
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