By Staff Reporter (media@latinospost.com) | First Posted: Jan 09, 2016 05:11 AM EST
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Caption:LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 22: Musician Justin Bieber accepts Collaboration of the Year award for 'Where Are U Now' onstage during the 2015 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on November 22, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo : Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

In this case, it's too late to say sorry for Justin Bieber.

The "What Do You Mean?" pop singer was reportedly tossed out of a Mexican heritage site for climbing around architectural ruins in spite of signs warning against doing so.

A representative from the National Institute of Anthropology and History, who requested to remain anonymous, told the press that the Canadian-born singer apparently tried to climb over the ruins. As a result, he and his entourage were asked to leave the Mayan archaeological site of Tulum last Thursday, during their visit. Bieber and his posse were specifically touring the seaside ruins during when the "incident" happened.

Visitors are allowed to explore selected pyramids in Mexico. However, there are some they have to "rope off" not only to preserve them but also due to its vulnerability and instability.

This past week, Bieber and his company has been on vacation in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula -- as seen on his Instagram page. According to USA Today, he spent his Mexican tour snorkelling, golfing, playing with dolphins, and generally exploring and hanging out on Yucatan's beaches.

The ancient city of Tulum is considered one of the most popular tourist sites because of its sheer location -- just down the eastern coast of the Yucatan. The ruins of the walled city of Maya are equally awe-inspiring and haunting. The 800-year-old heritage site once housed the ancient civilization history books boasted about.

Generally, Mexico disallows climbing at its archaeological sites with the exception of the pyramids of Teotihuacán located 30 miles north of the city.

USA Today noted that after Bieber was warned by security the first time, he trespassed again.

An argument between the two parties ensued -- Bieber's and the site's guards -- and the police almost got involved but, when they showed up, the dispute was over.

It also happened that Bieber has a string of shenanigans while he was on tour in Latin America in 2013, according to the same report.

While he was in Mexico, he tweeted he met the president when in fact he hadn't. In Argentina, he dragged the national flag on stage and had to tweet to apologize to the country. He also turned off fans when he quit a concert after less than an hour due to food poisoning.  In Brazil, he walked off stage after someone threw a plastic bottle at him, and was accused of defacing a public building with graffiti.

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