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Justin Bieber's Miami DUI Arrest: See His Wobbly Sobriety Test Here!

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Feb. 26 2014, Published 4:57 p.m. ET

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Justin Bieber was described as "excited, talkative, profane, cooperative, insulting, and cocky" by cops in the police report during his Jan. DUI arrest in Miami, but RadarOnline.com has obtained video footage of the Canadian pop star performing his sobriety tests and the word "wobbly" comes to mind.

After being arrested for drag racing and DUI in Miami Beach, Bieber, 19, was brought to the jail facility where he's shown attempting to walk a straight line.

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The "Baby" singer is shown in baggy black shorts, a baggy black hoody over his head and orange sneakers walking back and forth along a white taped line on the floor while several police officers watch over him.

Bieber stumbles a bit during his first run at it and as he turns around he loses his balance a bit and nearly falls over.

He continues with about two more successful runs, but looks bored and frustrated by the end.

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After turning down a plea deal offered by Prosecutors, they are now hoping this surveillance video will help strengthen their case that Bieber was under the influence at the time of his arrest.

Bieber's attorney, Mark Shapiro, entered a not guilty plea to Miami-Dade County the exact same day the singer turned himself into a Toronto Police Department where he was charged with criminal assault.

Do you think Bieber looks intoxicated in the video footage? Sound off in comments below…

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