Justin Bieber Disrespects Ancient Mayan Ruins, Told ‘Vaya Con Dios’

Way to represent Canada, Biebs.

The ancient Mayan ruins of Tulum are located amidst the sandy beaches of the Yucatan peninsula.

Inside the three artifacts — El Castillo, the Temple of the Frescoes, and the Temple of the Descending God — the ground is considered sacred, and the Mexican government doesn’t take too kind to disrespect of any sort.

Then Justin Bieber came along.

Biebs had some free time on his hands, so he took a vacation in the hot spot locale and decided to go visit the home of the diving god in Tulum. Then, he went inside one of the ruins… and mooned everyone.

Page Six reports some of the reasons:

An anonymous official at the National Institute of Anthropology and History confirmed that the pop star and his entourage were asked to leave Tulum on Thursday after he apparently tried to climb onto the ruins for a photo op, but there are now reports suggesting that there was more to the ejection.

Upon entering Tulum, the troublesome Canadian is said to have decided that was the time to drop trou and “[show] off his backside” while posing for a photo. Understandably, security wasn’t thrilled at this behavior and asked him to stop, which he did after a heated exchange of threats and insults.

Those ruins have managed to be around since the 13th century and even half butt-naked Mayans never mooned the help, but who said Biebs wants to be like everyone else, right?

 

[PHOTO MASH-UP: Courtesy of The Telegraph (UK)]