Chris Brown fined in Amsterdam
Chris Brown was fined by police in Amsterdam for riding a motorbike without license plates.
The 'Yeah 3x' hitmaker ran into trouble in Europe with law enforcement officers after "forgetting" to display the registration number of his vehicle.
He said in a video posted on Instagram: "Public service announcement: Kids, do not ride motor vehicles without license plates.
"Sorry, we just bought the bikes, forgot about the license plate. yeah. So, we're handling the situation as is."
However, the 27-year-old singer didn't seem too upset about the situation as he thought the officers who handled the incident were "cool as s**t".
He added: "The police are really nice about it man. I actually like the police out here. Cool as s**t, for real."
Local law enforcement sources told TMZ officers pulled Chris over on Friday (10.06.16) after noticing he was riding a dirt bike without a helmet or license plate, and had him follow them to the nearest police station, where he promptly paid his fine.
The 'She Ain't You' singer was recently accused of stamping on Malek Mokrani's face at a club appearance held at Gotha nightclub during the Cannes Film Festival on May 18.
Footage surfaced from the event with the singer/songwriter moving away from a large group of people and appearing to take a swing at Malek.
The concert goer is currently in hospital and being treated for head and neck pain and has suffered severe bruising to his face. He has also been pictured wearing a neck brace since the incident, and it is reported Malek has plans to file a police report against the musician's alleged outburst.
However, Chris later took to Instagram to deny the claims.
He said: "No fans were hurt by Chris Brown, no fans were beat up by Chris Brown."
He went on to claim it was actually him that was assaulted during the evening.
He said: "His staff though, security, I don't think he probably knew who I was, I don't care, but he assaulted me.
"Grabbed his hands around my throat and tried to push me out the spot when we were walking, my security was already outside of the spot."