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So, I get it: stars are just like us! From time to time, they too require the use of a public restroom when they’re away from home.

Only….mega-star Justin Bieber doesn’t always apparently follow this widely-accepted public restroom protocol.

A recent TMZ video clip shows him bypassing an NYC restaurant’s bathroom to instead relieve himself using a yellow janitor’s bucket. While Bieber is, ehem, taking care of business, his friends gleefully cheer him on. “That’s the coolest spot to piss," one says. “You know, you’ll forever remember that."

You know who else will also forever remember this? The JANITOR who’s job it then became to physically clean out Bieber’s soiling of his or her mop bucket.

As though working as a janitor isn’t already enough of a thankless job.

Janitors add value to all of our daily lives—especially those of Hollywood’s elite. It’s thanks to them that the restaurants and clubs we frequent (stars usually much more so than the rest of us "regular" Americans…) are sanitary and clean.

In TMZ’s footage, the pop star also cusses out Bill Clinton for no apparent reason. But the Biebs has since reached out and made amends with the former President.

Justin Bieber should issue a public apology to all the janitors across the nation he disrespected with his disgusting behavior. Help get the word out by sharing this photo from SEIU - a union that represents hundreds of thousands of janitors - on your Facebook wall.

Full Disclosure: I work for SEIU International.

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