Beliebers have gathered in the chippy where Justin Bieber stopped off at The Blue Lagoon to get some deep fried haggis for a post- gig supper in Glasgow, Scotland. The boss of The Blue Lagoon, Allesandro Varese, said that teenage girls went wild and rushed to his local eatery to feel close to the superstar since he went there to order his food. 

According to Mirror, Bieber was in Glasgow last week to perform dates for his Purpose tour at the SSE Hydro and decided to grab himself an order of deep fried haggis instead of a fancy supper. Bieber had a stopover at The Blue Lagoon with his bouncers while wearing a cap, the staff at the local eatery were shocked when they saw the superstar at the counter to order deep fried haggis. It was also reported that Bieber also tried some fish and chips, washed down by Irn Bru.

As reported by Metro, Justin spent £20 on the haggis, fish, and sausage. The superstar also talked and joked with the staff for about 20 minutes as he waited for his order. "Justin came in with a cap on and two bouncers with him. He was in good spirits and very excited about trying the local cuisine," according to Varese.

The owner also said that Justin came in to the store at around 10:30 P.M. "He had a few bites of the fish supper while at the counter and seemed to enjoy it, and he said the Irn Bru was lovely," he added. According to Varese, since Bieber's visit, fans have been desperate and eager to hear about the said encounter. Some even kissed the shop's counter which they believed was touched by Justin Bieber. He also said that the store have had an upturn since Bieber visited. The store has also decided to name the dish the superstar ordered after him, 'Justin Bieber Haggis Special.' The owner and the staff at the Blue Lagoon have expressed gratitude to Justin for coming and trying their food.