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Fan gets arrested for touching timberlake's neck

An overzealous fan was arrested in the weekend after touching Justin Timberlake's neck at the golf tournament in California.

The Can't Stop The Feeling sheet music singer was on the list of competitors for the American Century Celebrity Pro-Am in Lake Tahoe, although walking by way of a group of spectators, he was unexpectedly touched by an attendee, who reached out his hand and patted the best side of Justin Timberlake's neck.

In it footage obtained by TMZ.com, the clearly frustrated singer, who had been flanked by two guards, turned around and yelled for the man, "Why can you do that?" Timberlake then stormed off as security guards for the event confronted the unnamed man.

Representatives for your tournament tell TMZ the confrontation was minor and Timberlake, who was without any visible injuries, wouldn't want to press charges.

Law enforcement officials repeat the spectator got intoxicated and became belligerent, claiming he only wished to "touch" the pop star. Check Can't Stop The Feeling chords here.

Police later tried to escort him away from the course nonetheless they eventually arrested him for disorderly conduct, as outlined by TMZ.

Despite the strange contact, Timberlake were able to enjoy himself in the golf tournament. At some part during the event the Rock Your Body hitmaker experienced a special moment with former Fresh Prince of Bel Air television star Alfonso Ribeiro and professional basketball player Stephen Curry, with all the trio having performed an impromptu version of Ribeiro's classic dance from your old-school TV show, the Carlton, on Saturday.

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On Sunday, Justin couldn't contain his joy over participating in the golf tournament, writing on his Twitter account, "What a weekend, Tahoe."

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