A police video released today of pop singer Justin Bieber’s sobriety test during his recent DUI arrest in Florida, posted online by the Miami Herald, shows Bieber a little unsteady as he tries to walk a white line in the Miami Beach police station.
"The clip was one of more than 10 hours of footage, released by prosecutors as part of the criminal case against the Canadian bad-boy pop singer," the paper reports.
Another person seen in the video, seated nearby, "appears to be Khalil Sharieff, a 19-year-old recording artist who was arrested along with Bieber last month," the report notes.
The story adds: "Prosecutors released the videos, on nine CDs, to a line of reporters who paid $135 each for the evidence. The release of the videos came one day after Bieber’s defense team said it would not object to prosecutors releasing more than 10-plus hours of video footage — with the exception of five video clips that may show Bieber urinating at the Miami Beach police station."
Bieber was arrested Jan. 23 and charged with driving under the influence. "Officers accuse Bieber, 19, of drag racing in a high-powered Lamborghini on a street closed off by his security team," the report notes.
Here’s the video: