'You guys suck:' Justin Bieber brushes off fans in Oslo

Justin Bieber continues to alienate his fans while on tour, with his latest incident, caught on film, showing the Canadian singer telling devotees they 'suck' during an encounter on the street.

Snub caught on video the latest incident of pop star insulting Beliebers

Justin Bieber, centre, performs at the V Festival in Chelmsford, Britain in August. The singer has been alienating his fans, with a number of incidents while on tour. (Ian West/PA via The Associated Press)

Currently in Europe on a sold-out tour, Justin Bieber's behaviour is once again overshadowing his music, with the Canadian pop star apparently telling fans: "You suck."

A video has surfaced where Bieber appears to tell fans in Oslo over the weekend: "You guys suck." 

The singer is currently performing on the European leg of his sold-out Purpose tour, supporting his latest, critically acclaimed album, which received five nominations for the MTV Europe Music Awards on Tuesday.

It's the latest case of bizarre, anti-fan behaviour by the global pop star. Recent encounters have revealed an increasingly strained relationship between the singer and his legions of dedicated fans. 

Bieber was attacked by a fan in a German nightclub last week, an event also caught on video. 

In July, heavy social media user Bieber announced he was deleting his Instagram account. 

The decision prompted former girlfriend and fellow pop star Selena Gomez to quip "Don't be mad at your fans. They love you and supported you before any one ever did" on Instagram.

Meanwhile, earlier this summer, the Sorry singer flipped out on a fan in Atlantic City after the concertgoer threw a hat onto the stage. Bieber kicked the gift away and told the crowd: "I don't want that shit."

In May, Bieber revealed he would no longer take photos with fans. "I feel like a zoo animal, and I wanna be able to keep my sanity," he wrote on Instagram.

The way they were: Justin Bieber takes a selfie with fans in March last year, in Los Angeles, Calif. (Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

The no-photo announcement came after the singer cancelled all meet-and-greets with fans following his concerts.

Bieber's performs next on Wednesday in Helsinki. Following a series of concerts across Europe, his tour wraps up on Nov. 29 in London.