The pop star has made a lot of mistakes in his career. Here are the highlights.

1. The star was caught on video supposedly peeing in a mop bucket in a nightclub kitchen, laughing with his friends, and yelling “[expletive] Bill Clinton!” (2013)

2. Bieb’s threw eggs at a neighbor’s mansion in Calabasas, Calif. He paid $80,000 in restitution, attended anger management classes, sold the house to Khloe Kardashian and moved into a Los Angeles hotel room. (2014)

3. Biebs and his entourage got booted from the Mayan pyramids in Tulum, Mexico, for pulling his pants down and climbing into an off-limits area. He claimed they were simply taking photos of themselves mooning each other. (2016)

4. After visiting the Anne Frank house in Amsterdam, he untastefully tweeted: “Truly inspiring to be able to come here. Anne was a great girl. Hopefully she would have been a belieber.” (2013)

5. Bieber’s monkey, Mally, was taken by German customs officials after the star tried to bring it on tour without the proper paperwork. The monkey was placed in a wildlife sanctuary. (2013)

6. He commands $2,000 for fans to come meet and greet him backstage at concerts and then he cancelled them because he “feels like a zoo animal.” (2016)

7. “Why the [expletive] are you doing this to me? I ain’t got no [expletive] weapons,” Biebs told a Miami cop who’d arrested him. Because Bieb’s Lamborghini was racing a Ferrari in a residential neighborhood (speed estimated at 55 to 60 mph in a 30 mph zone) and the 19-year-old’s eyes were bloodshot and he smelled of booze. And his driver license was expired. (2014)

8. He shared photos on Instagram of himself spray painting a wall in Brazil. The crime comes with a fine and up to a year in jail, he pretty much did the same thing the week before in Colombia. (2013)

9. Paparazzi, those devoted Beliebers, photographed him leaving a brothel in Rio De Janeiro. (2013)

10. At a special acoustic show in his hometown of Toronto, he blanked mid-song on the words to his own song “Christmas Eve.” “What the [expletive] are the words?” he asked a room full of young people. (2015)