'Ocean's 11' Heist Hits Bieber Venue
Thieves chisel into stadium safe in latest wackiness to befall tour
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted May 15, 2013 8:53 AM CDT
This photo taken Monday May 13, 2013 shows the broken-in walk-in safe and strongroom at Soccer City, Johannesburg.   (AP Photo/Sebabatso Mosamo - Eye Witness News)
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(Newser) – The latest crazy headline to come out of Justin Bieber's world tour: Thieves broke into a South African stadium early Monday and stole $330,000 from the safe, which had quite a bit of cash in it thanks to a weekend Bieber concert, Time reports. Police think that's why the thieves went for it, and they also believe it was an inside job. Spin calls the crime "a massive Ocean's 11-type heist," because the suspects used ropes and chisels to get into the safe room and were likely chiseling for several days, South Africa's Eyewitness News reports. (This comes, of course, after headlines involving Bieber's monkey, Anne Frank, and marijuana, among other things.)