Man killed trying to photograph Justin Bieber in his Ferrari 458

Paparazzo killed while trying to get a photograph after Justin Bieber's white Ferrari 458 was pulled over by California Highway Patrol officers.

The photographer was following the Ferrari when it was pulled over by the patrol officers for a routine traffic stop on Sepluveda Boulevard in Los Angeles.

A front on view of the Ferrari 458 - just because it's a gorgeous car.

The paparazzo tried to take pictures of the driver and passenger as CHP officers were talking to the occupants of the car. The patrol officers then asked the photographer to move back because he was crowding them.

As the paparazzo took a step back, he was hit by an oncoming car and killed.

It is not believed that the driver of the vehicle that hit the photographer was under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time of the incident - though likely he will be by now after a shock like that.

Furthermore, Justin Bieber was not in the car – it was being driven by one of his friends with another friend in the passenger seat.

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