Except in MY school it would have said ?Rattle My Wrong ?Un? but that's another matter. But we're not in school anymore, and well-known globally annoying boy-girls must now be tormented in a more sophisticated manner, to the extent that Google and not your headmaster has had to step in to prevent Justin Bieber from being picked on.
According to reports, Biebers?s YouTube presence has been hacked, with each video clip of the Canadian appearing with a banner proclaiming him ? hilariously ? to be ?dead?.
YouTube owners Google quickly rectified the matter, whilst Bieber himself was forced to inform the world via Twitter that he was, in fact, still breathing ? much like that kid in your high school who spent all his time denying the rumours that he was a ?bender?.
This has followed recent pranks in which ?Justin Bieber Syphilis? became number one in Google Trend?s ?Hot Searches? list last month and, as reported earlier, the ?World Tour? page of his website was inundated with suggestions he should consider North Korea as a tour destination.
Hecklerspray has never actually suffered the indignity of a ?wedgy?, but we're of the opinion that Justin Bieber is currently suffering the online equivalent. Maybe it's time he got a real haircut.