This Is Why You Should Never Touch Justin Timberlake

Cry us a river, JT​

Poor JT, who spent Saturday playing in a celebrity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe only to have his face accosted by a drunken fan who the police described as "overzealous."

The singer was taking part in the American Century Celebrity Pro-Am in Nevada, when as TMZ footage shows, a hand brushes his face whilst walking through a crowd. 

Timberlake then shouts back at the fan: "Bro, why would you do that?" A reasoned response to the incident which lead to the "intoxicated and belligerent" individual being removed from the event, and then arrested according to law enforcement.

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We can't help but feel the reaction was a little overzealous from Justin himself, and the 'slap' as it is being reported isn't quite that. 

Cry us a river, Justin.

What do you think?

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