After this pic made it to Twitter earlier today and footage surfaced of Biebs partying it up last night in a onesie following his show in Sweden, we forgot all about the pot bust because, as you can see, nothing is more shocking, more scarring than this particular choice of outfit.
"Like my @OnePiece. Haha" Tweeted JB.
OnePiece, you say? We saw these in stores last season and were so appalled, we tried to erase them out of our memories as soon as possible and pretend like it never happened. Well, they're baaaaack, no matter how hard we worked at forgetting all about them. So, rather than ignoring the problem any further, we decided to investigate - who is behind this OnePiece?!
"Early one Sunday morning in 2007, three Norwegians in their twenties fantasized about the ultimate chill-out wear that would be perfect for a lazy day at home... Why not sew together a hooded sweatshirt and a pair of sweatpants? Let's make it so big that no one in their right mind would think of working out," reads their online bio.
Here's the kicker, though: "We were as surprised as anyone when people started wearing the OnePiece at clubs and it became a fashion and lifestyle statement," said one of the founders.
No, we're pretty sure we're MORE surprised. It's a freakin' pajama set, people, not a stylish outfit for a night on the town. Keep your UGGs and your leggings if you want, but this is taking the whole casual thing a lil' too far, don't ya think? Why not just wear a hospital gown, then, that must be REAL comfy. Ugh.