Justin Bieber has endured a terrible couple of days, firstly being denied entry to a London club after most of his entourage were found to be underage, and secondly chastised by most of the parents in London after arriving late on-stage at the O2 Arena by a massive two hours. Nevertheless, things have just gotten a little better.

Though he claimed to have had the "worst birthday ever," on Twitter, Justin received a big fat surprise from father Jeremy this week - a customised MV Augusta motorcycle called the 'Bat Bike.' Looking rather like the vehicle driven by Christian Bale and Anne Hathaway in Christopher Nolan's 'The Dark Knight Rises,' the bike features personalized stickers including a crown that mirrors one of Justin's tattoos, and an imprint of his hockey number, 6. It also features the number 35 (million), for all of his dedicated Twitter followers.  

In a video posted online, proud father Jeremy explains what made him purchase the bike for his son. "So, what do you get somebody that has everything? This is what you get!" he yells, adding, "Happy birthday Justin, we love ya, we appreciate you, and we hope you love the bike." No real reaction from Biebs himself yet, though he did post, "Good day," on Twitter, perhaps referencing his brand new Bat Bike.

The gift will certainly have lifted Justin's spirits after he abruptly left his birthday celebrations at London nightclub Cirque du Soir, off London's Regents Street over the weks. Early reports suggested his underage friends Jaden Smith and Ella Paige Roberts-Clarke were denied entry, though Bieber explained he was upset over "dummies pushing over my fans and being overly aggressive."