Jacqui Maddock met her match when trying to report for CH 10 surrounded by a group of Beliebers
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It seems Channel Ten Australia has appointed the lovely Sydney-based reporter, Jacqueline Maddock (Jacqui), their "scream reporter".

First it was the kids being scared by the T-Rex dinosaur, not to mention a bone chilling scream from the girl herself when T-Rex decided to get a little up close and personal. That segment went global, and was picked up by several US networks after being run on the Jon Stewart show.

Now it seems Jacqui is at it again! This time however she was recently at the mercy of hundreds of Justin Bieber fans outside Acer Arena, the venue for his Sydney concerts.

The "Beliebers", as they are referred to, were only warming up, but even their warm up was enough to rock the Richter and destroy any hopes of Jacqui hearing the studio, or in fact us hearing what she had to say.

It seems Justin Bieber's back was injured whilst he was wakeboarding in Bali, and several sources suggested he may have to cancel his remaining Australian shows. One could only imagine the screams of dismay if that happened. Thankfully, if you are a Belieber or you value your hearing (I'm the latter), that didn't eventuate, but there was an egg throwing incident reported.

Around six eggs appeared to land very close to Bieber while he was on stage performing, and the trajectory of the eggs seemed to be very well planned and executed**. But, like a seasoned performer, he carried on with the concert.

Anyway, hopefully we'll be able to see more of Jacqui Maddock on Channel Ten, but preferably in a situation in which we can both see AND hear her! ;-)

Jacqui Maddock

Watch the full Channel TEN story on their YouTube channel.

I thought the eggs looked suspiciously like they had come from directly above the stage where Justin Bieber was performing. Today, 05 May, a 17 year old Bondi Junction youth was charged over the egg throwing incident.

The youth was arrested at his home at 7.30am (Thursday) and later charged with offences including break and enter, trespass and malicious damage.

Police made the arrest after a complaint by Acer Arena Management. It seems the teenager allegedly gained access to Acer Arena via the roof - thus the almost vertical trajectory of the egg missiles.

We can thank social networking again for this arrest. Arena management reported the matter to police after allegedly becoming aware of certain details of the incident after they had been posted on a social networking site.

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