The TV doc thinks the teen idol would make a great greeter at Walmart
Like the rest of the country, Dr. Phil is really worried about our current national crisis: Justin Bieber's legal trouble.
The psychologist and TV personality appeared on “The Late Show with David Letterman” on Thursday and evaluated the 19-year-old singer's troubles before concluding a part-time job at Walmart would set him straight.
“I'll tell you what the trouble is … You got too much money, and too much time, and no accountability. And then you put that on top of somebody that's 19, and so they're flowing 100 percent testosterone, and so they're going to make bad decisions,” Dr. Phil told Letterman. “So, the guy needs to get a part-time job or something. Let's get him on down to Walmart and let him be a greeter.”
Dr. Phil's suggestion couldn't be more timely: President Obama said Thursday that Walmart is hiring.
Bieber was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in Miami earlier this month, and was charged with assault by the Toronto police this week.
The singer has also recently been investigated for allegedly taking part in the egging of his neighbor’s home in Calabasas, Calif., causing approximately $20,000 worth of damage.