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Some people lost their minds when Justin Bieber walked into their bar

At some point shortly before 9 p.m. on Friday, Justin Bieber, everyone’s third-favourite Canadian musical superstar, strode into the Fifth Pubhouse, on Richmond Street, and started hanging out, just like a regular guy. Then, unlike a regular guy, he found a piano and performed a brief set of contemporary and classical tunes while a roomful of awestruck patrons stealthily recorded him on their phones. Here’s a recap of the night, as relayed through the Twitter feeds of four people who were there.

The bar employee:
The nonchalant observer:
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The all-caps enthusiast:
The one who hyperventilated:

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