Justin Bieber told to clean graffiti from Australian hotel

Melbourne: Pop Star Justin Bieber has been asked to clean up the spray painted wall in a Queensland hotel which he graffitied with his entourage.

According to ABC report,Bieber was asked to clean up the wall done at the QT Hotel in Surfers Paradise early yesterday morning and posted pictures of their exploits on the internet.

Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate who had sent a graffiti removal kit to the hotel said the singer need to right the wrong he has done to Gold Coast.

"We would give him the offer to remedy and fix it up first," he said adding "If he doesn`t fix it up, we will be asking him to do community service that normally entails cleaning up.

"But he has singing talent being of world class, so I would be just as happy for him to sing at the Mayoral Christmas Carols on December 7 at the Broadwater Parklands" he said.

However,the Hotel issued a statement saying, "Whilst unable to comment while Justin Bieber was staying in the resort due to privacy reasons, the property can now state that it was a coup for the hotel to have Justin want to paint a piece of art in appreciation of his stay."

"This piece of art is now available to be viewed by fans of the artist and we believe that it is a wonderful addition to the colourful Gold Coast arts scene."

Bieber is currently performing in Australia.