Justin Bieber Gets Butt 'Naked' In Leaked Photos As He Sings To His Grandmother

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We all knew Justin Bieber was a cheeky boy, but even we were surprised to see images of the star seemingly butt naked except for a smile and a guitar in pictures leaked online this weekend, where he appears to be serenading his grandmother.

Allegedly taken last October the pictures, published by TMZ, purportedly show the teen heart-throb completely naked with only his instrument covering his crotch as he sings to his grandmother, who appears pretty amused by his appearance.

According to sources the snaps were taken when Bieber was at his grandmother's home in Toronto, Canada last year over the Thanksgiving holiday. After sleeping in and hearing his family and friends up and about the As Long As You Love Me singer reportedly thought it would be the perfect opportunity for a prank and grabbed the guitar.

His grandmother reportedly found the whole thing hilarious, but did tell the teenager to put his clothes back on, while he sang at her, "I Loooove you grandmaaaa ... how are youuuu ... helloooo grandma."

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Justin Bieber Gets Butt 'Naked' In Leaked Photos As He Sings To His Grandmother

Justin with his dotting grandmother Diana Dale (Instagram/JustinBieber)

Justin is known to be close to his grandmother, who sprang to the teen's defence recently following criticism for his recent bad boy behaviour. Insisting he wasn't any worse than a normal teenager she told CTV Ottowa in July: "It's totally crazy. I feel sorry for Justin all the time because paparazzi pick on him all the time.

"Anybody else's kids have done the same thing but nobody says anything."

She went on: "He's just a 19 year old boy. And before you criticise him, say, what is my 19-year-old boy doing?"

Bieber, who is currently on his Believe world tour, has been hitting the headlines over the last few months for all the wrong reasons. As well as numerous run ins with the paparazzi he is currently under investigation by police after a fight reportedly broke out outside a club in Southampton, New York.

The star was partying at the Southpointe Club, when an altercation with a fellow clubgoer turned into a fight, with witnesses claiming the singer allegedly directed his bodyguards to attack the man he'd argued with, the New York Post reports.

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