“Is it too late to say sorry now?”
Justin Bieber was photographed with his pants around his knees while playing golf over the weekend.
The “Peaches” singer was enjoying the sun on an exclusive Los Angeles golf course when he stopped behind a nearby tree to take a spill.
In the photos, the pop star, 28, was laughing as she tried to find a place to relieve herself before a friend pointed out the large tree next to them.
Putting on a matching cream ensemble, Bieber then walked over to him before unbuttoning his shorts and discreetly conducting business.
After some much-needed relief, the “Love Yourself” singer wasted no time getting back to the green.
Bieber’s willingness to drop his pants in public may not come as a surprise to his wife, Hailey Bieber, who recently opened up about the couple’s steamy sex life on the “Call Her Daddy” podcast.
While telling host Alexandra Cooper that threesomes don’t “work” for the couple, she revealed they’re more “night sex” people — with her favorite position being “doggy style.”
Hailey also claimed that the couple, who recently celebrated their four-year anniversary, have “worked really hard” to build their “wonderful trust and bond”.
Although Justin quickly resolved his bladder issues, he has struggled with a range of health issues in recent months.
In September, the Grammy winner announced he had to cancel the rest of his “Justice” world tour after dealing with complications from his Ramsay-Hunt syndrome diagnosis.
“Earlier this year I went public about my battle with Ramsay-Hunt syndrome, which left my face partially paralyzed,” the singer wrote on Instagram.
“As a result of this illness, I was unable to complete the North American leg of the Justice Tour,” he continued. “After rest and consultation with my doctors, family and team, I went to Europe in an attempt to continue the tour. I’ve done six live shows, but it has lifted me a lot.”
“After I got off the stage, exhaustion overcame me, and I realized I have to make my health the priority now,” he said, adding that he would no longer be performing for the last 70 shows of the tour to take the time to rest and get well.