Justin Bieber Goes Shirtless Through Airport Security

Taryn Ryder
March 26, 2013

Was this really necessary?

Justin Bieber waltzed through security at Wladyslaw Reymont Airport in Lodz, Poland, on Monday totally shirtless. It seems he took off one of the few articles of clothing travelers are actually allowed to wear through security!

[Related: Olivia Wilde faces Belieber backlash after shirtless comments]

And, by the way, the weather in Lodz is 30 degrees Fahrenheit (or -1, if you prefer Celsius).

Maybe the 19-year-old had to prioritize his carry-on items, because he was photographed gripping what looks like a bag of cookies. We all know shirts aren't on Bieber's list of his favorite things.

In just the past month, the "Beauty and a Beat" singer has been caught shirtless at clubs and in the hospital.

[Related: Justin Bieber addresses rehab rumors]

But maybe Selena Gomez's ex was just feeling good. Judging by his Twitter page, he had a blast performing in Poland.

Bieber has about a month left on the European leg of his "Believe" tour, so it's doubtful we have seen the last of the singer's abs.

Sorry Olivia Wilde!

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