Justin Bieber is reportedly banned from Passage, one of Vienna’s biggest nightclubs, amid allegations of violent behavior from members of his entourage.
Justin Bieber’s bodyguards smashed the cameras of fans who were enjoying themselves in Passage nightclub over the weekend, and even destroyed mobile phones in the midst of the furor surrounding the singer after her performed his Believe world tour in Vienna, the Austrian Times.
Justin Bieber is reportedly banned from Passage, one of Vienna’s biggest nightclubs, amid allegations of violent behavior from members of his entourage
Passage nightclub manager Joachim Bankel told the Austrian Times: “Justin Bieber is no longer welcome here.”
This is not the first time Justin Bieber, 19, has been banned from an exclusive nightclub.
The teen idol claimed he had the “worst birthday ever” after he was turned away from London’s Cirque Du Soir when he arrived at the venue with underage friends in tow.
In February, Justin Bieber was snubbed by Manchester nightclub Sankeys as they didn’t want him to tarnish their edgy image.
Sankeys posted on Twitter at the time: “Yes the rumors are true, we turned Justin Bieber away. He shuffles on stage and we can’t be having that in Sankeys now can we!”
Justin Bieber is also facing criminal charges after for allegedly spitting on and threatening his neighbor after a fellow resident at his posh Calabasas gated community confronted him for driving recklessly on their private roads.
SceneTap smartphone app is receiving complaints from female bar customers after they realized the program has the potential to stalk them and send creepy guys to the locations where the most women are in abundance.
Receiving favorable early reviews the SceneTap app works by using facial-detection software and cameras placed strategically around bars and nightclubs. The app then tells users the age and gender makeup of each establishment.
The biggest complaint so far is that not all users are aware they are being video recorded, something one privacy advocated called just plain “creepy” and an “invasion of privacy.”
The SceneTap application is installed in bars from San Francisco, California; Austin, Texas; Athens, Georgia; Bloomington, Indianapolis; Chicago; Gainesville, Florida, and Madison, Wisconsin.
SceneTap smartphone app is receiving complaints from female bar customers after they realized the program has the potential to stalk them and send creepy guys to the locations where the most women are in abundance
After using facial-detection to estimate information about bar and nightclub customers the app created a rundown of ages and sexes which is provided to users in real-time.
On the one hand the app can send customers to meet up with other bar and nightclub attendees that match their age and sex preference, on the other hand some women worry that creeps will hunt them down like prey.
According to SceneTap CEO Cole Harper in an interview with The Week the app is simply meant to help people find the crowd they are looking for, avoiding the type of prospects that might leave them feeling they are in the wrong “scene” for their lifestyle.
In San Francisco so many complaints have been filed that several bars which had agreed to the program chose to back out.
Another app, “Girls Around Me”, suffered a close down after similar complaints were given by various mobile app using females.
According to Cole Harper, the SceneTap app won’t collect any user information. He tells The Week: “It’s not recorded, it’s not streamed, it’s not individualized. You actually give up more information when you hand a bouncer your ID at the door.”