Justin Bieber 'angry' after being turned into sex doll

Nov 7, 2012

Tabloid tales: 'Just-In Beaver' sex toy, Robert Pattinson 'kisses too loudly', Harry Styles's pregnancy scare

JUSTIN BIEBER is now available as a sex doll, and the teen pop star is not happy about it. Sex toy company Pipedream have created an "anatomically correct Just-In Beaver" model, with packaging that features a topless Bieber look-a-like. Slogans for the product include: "I wanna be your boy toy" and "Beaver fever!" According to The Sun, Bieber's legal team are already trying to get the "blow-up love doll" removed. A source said: "Justin is absolutely incensed with this monstrosity. He's already set his lawyer on these sickos." The £20 doll is currently "out of stock" on the company's website.

Robert Pattinson has admitted he needs to work on his snogging skills, because he is "extraordinarily loud" when he kisses. The Metro reports that the Twilight actor has revealed that while filming romantic scenes his kissing sounded "like I'm walking around in wellies. I don't understand, my lip is literally like a vacuum". Pattinson added: "That's not cool, it's not sexy at all." His Twilight co-star and real-life girlfriend, Kristen Stewart, also admitted that filming the Breaking Dawn sex scenes were far from romantic: "We had to look directly into the camera instead of at each other. It was awful."

One Direction member Harry Styles has revealed that the first time he had sex he feared he had got the girl pregnant. According to the Daily Mail, despite his reputation as a womaniser, the teen lothario wasn't always so sure of himself. Styles admitted that his first time left him worried he would soon become a father: "And that was despite the fact we were safe. Luckily, we were fine." The scare has made him realise how important practising safe sex is, Styles explained: "I would never risk not wearing a condom; it's too much of a risk. If you're not ready for a child, then don't risk it."

Staff at Staverton airport, Gloucestershire, have discovered a unique way of keeping birds: playing Tina Turner songs. Crows and gulls are a huge problem for airports, and staff at Staverton have tried a variety of methods to keep them from nesting on the runway. They first mounted loud speakers to the roof of a van and drove up and down while playing bird distress calls. The Metro reports that when this failed to work the staff switched the radio on and it happened to be playing Tina Turner – and all the birds took off in fright. Now the van can be heard driving around the airport with Tina Turner blasting out at full volume.

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