Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez were spotted riding segways in Sherman Oaks yesterday near the Boyfriend star's home and while they might have been having a good time, it seems they angered fellow road users, with one claiming the stars "cussed" at him.
A Twitter user posted images of the couple zooming along at 12 mph and claimed that 'Jelena's' slow moving date had caused traffic problems.
"Bieber and Selena cussed me out while riding segways in the middle of the street because we couldn't drive around his security detail," Max Sonnenburg wrote on Twitter yesterday.
Another user who posted a picture of the couple wasn't too happy about it either, claiming while Selena was nice he wasn't too keen on the Believe star.
Twitter user @nicksanitsky tweeted photos of the pair riding around town on Thursday afternoon, along with the caption, “Bieber and Selena segwaying in the Oaks. She was so nice, so he yelled at us.”
Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber out riding together (Wenn)
“Shoutout to @JustinBieber for holding up all the traffic in the Oaks. Grow up,” he tweeted.
Justin and Selena's hangout session comes a year after they split during a New Year's Eve break to Mexico. The couple dated for two years before going their separate ways but have continued to hang out.
In a recent interview Bieber claimed the couple were still close, he told Power Radio 106 last month.
"I think we're going to be the greatest of friends. Right now we're taking a little time and not talking," he said.
Selena enjoys hangout with former flame (WENN)
Going on he admitted the public split had been hard for them and that he still loved his former girlfriend: "[The break up] affected us, especially when we are in front of so many people. It's such a public thing. It's just hard for the both of us. But you know, she's a great woman. I love her 'til this day."
The hangout session comes after Gomez cancelled the Australian leg of her Stars Dance tour. She said in a statement last month the reason was due to personal issues: "My fans are so important to me and I would never want to disappoint them. But it has become clear to me and those close to me that after many years of putting my work first, I need to spend some time on myself in order to be the best person I can be."