Bruins Protect Team Logo From ... Justin Bieber
Rope off logo so singer can't step on it
By Ruth Brown, Newser Staff
Posted Jul 21, 2013 4:04 PM CDT
The Bieber-proofed logo.   (Twitter)

(Newser) – NHL teams have an unwritten rule that no one may stand on the logos in their locker rooms. Not even Justin Bieber. But the Biebs—no stranger to disrespectful acts—was caught doing just that in the Chicago Blackhawks locker room before a concert earlier this month. The Boston Bruins did not want to risk the same fate, reports ESPN. So before the star played TD Garden last night, the team Bieber-proofed its logo, roping off the area so his oversized teenage sneakers could not clomp all over the sacred piece of carpet.

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Jul 25, 2013 8:25 PM CDT
We had the unwritten rule in high school for the logo in the terrazzo floor of the main foyer. If you have a school that is circa 20's to 60's you probably have one. When I went back for a reunion, the school had placed permanent posts in the floor with felt ropes around it. That's no fun. You can't make an effort to not step on it now.
Jul 23, 2013 8:26 AM CDT
It's for his own good. After all, if he steps on it, he'll open up a portal to Hell and be sucked in. Oh wait...
Jul 22, 2013 7:09 PM CDT
False story, it's always cordoned off, in fact that photo is a cropped version of one from a while back, I think Puck Daddy had the proof. But then again, what would ESPN know about hockey?