Justin Bieber to Have 6,000 Cops at Upcoming Mexico City Concert

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With Justin Bieber’s recent free concerts around the globe drawing massive crowds, officials in Mexico City are taking extreme precautions to ensure everyone’s safety at Monday’s show.

More than 200,000 fans are expected to attend the concert, where nearly 6,000 police officers will be on hand to keep order.

Two helicopters will also keep surveillance over the area, and there will be several barriers erected to keep both Bieber and his Beliebers safe.

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Only 80,000 fans will be permitted on to the actual plaza where the concert will be held, with the rest watching on huge screens that will be set up on neighboring streets, Tourism Secretary Carlos Mackinlay tells the Associated Press.

What’s more, Bieber’s concert attendance is expected to out-draw music legend Paul McCartney, who performed in city last month.

While the young singer has been pleading for safety at his recent shows, unfortunately some attendees have gotten injured in the excitement.

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