Justin Bieber's fellow jail-mates "loved" him.
The 'What Do You Mean' hitmaker was banged up in a cell overnight after he was arrested in Miami for allegedly speeding and drag racing.
Speaking of his time in the nick, he said: "It's freezing; it's uncomfortable; there are people in there you just don't want to be around.
"I had people who were yelling at me. They were saying, 'Bieber! We f**k with you, bro! We love you! Aye! Keep your head up, bro!' It was kind of funny to hear that, especially from cats in jail."
And the 21-year-old claims the policeman who arrested him was just doing it for "attention".
He added to the new issue of Complex magazine: "The police, they just wanted press; they wanted attention. I never was speeding; I never was drag racing. Everything that comes out of Miami was, 'Justin with his dad drag racing.' First of all, my dad wasn't even with me. He pulled up after because he heard I got pulled over, so he came to see if I was OK.
"The cop supposedly wanted to be famous for arresting celebrities, and someone had heard him say that prior to that. I wasn't drinking. I blew the thing and I had 0.01. I might have had a beer earlier in the day or something. I was like, 'Officer, what's going on? What did I do?' and he was like, 'Put your hands on the hood!'
"I lifted my hands and I was like, 'What do you mean, what's going on?' He was like, 'I told you, put your hands on the hood! Now you're under arrest for resisting arrest!'
"I felt it, dude. I was just like, 'Oh they're trying to get me right now at any cost.' I went in, and I'm telling you that 24 hours sucked. It was really cold. That was the worst part about it."