Justin Bieber has caused a bit of an accident coming out of a religious service: the singer, at the wheel of his big auto, crashed into one of the photographers who were waiting for his exit from the church.
The Canadian pop singer remained at the scene when the paramedics and police arrived. He was transferred to local hospital with non life-threatening injuries.
Bieber says to the man, "The auto didn't run over you though". Video footage of the incident has since surfaced online.
Bieber was seen offering a helping hand to the injured man, and was apparently "worried" and "cooperative" when the police arrived. The photographer steps toward the truck, gets struck and falls to the ground. However, Bieber denied the claims when asked by TMZ, saying "I've been on tour for two years".
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Over 100 officers are now involved in the search in the areas surrounding Schaffhausen, which has a population of around 36,000. Schaffhausen is situated in the north of Switzerland, roughly 30 miles from Zurich and close to the border with Germany.
The Sorry singer also apologised to anyone he has disappointed, after calling off 15 concerts.
Earlier this week, Bieber cancelled the final 14 concerts on his goal world tour.
A statement on Bieber's website read: "Justin loves his fans and hates to disappoint them".
The Cold Water singer had been on tour for the last 18 months, playing more than 150 shows on six continents.
With nine tour dates being cancelled across North America and Canada, there have been growing concerns over the refunding of tickets.