JUSTIN Bieber was reportedly asked to leave a Mexican historical site after trying to climb the ruins.
The 21-year-old singer was visiting the Mayan archaeological site of Tulum on Thursday where it is alleged that he pulled down his pants and tried to climb onto the ancient ruins, according to multiple local reports.
La Razon newspaper reports: "On the first structure he pulled his underpants down, leading to INAH (National Institute of Anthropology and History) personnel asking him to leave the area without concluding his visit.
"The young man is said to have insulted the INAH workers and police were even called although their intervention wasn't finally necessary."
Sipse newspaper added: "The singer ignored the signs and decided to climb onto platforms and restricted areas.
"He was asked to desist and after repeating his behaviour, he was invited to leave the area escorted by security guards. He was escorted out by several security staff after climbing onto a ruin and having a photo taken in which he showed off his backside."
Adriana Velazquez, director of the INAH, confirmed to a local news agency that Justin's bodyguards got into an argument with security after he tried to climb the ruin but did not comment on the claims that he had pulled down his pants.
The Mayan archaeological site in Tulum was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.
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