While the itemized photos of Justin Bieber's copious tattoos, taken while he was arrested in Miami in January, have landed online, the singer has notched a different victory that protects his privacy. The video footage taken at the jail can be edited so The Biebs' private parts aren't shown.

Sorry, Beliebers, you won't be getting a look at Jerry.

A judge in Florida has ruled that prosecutors must edit out any footage of his junk. Why was his package filmed in the first place? Well, because he had to take a urine test, that's why. So out of respect to the singer, those shots will be censored.

The judge said, "Mr. Bieber's right to privacy is paramount. He has not lost his right to privacy, and that is what is important here."

The case will return to court for a status conference next week, according to Fox.

Rather than look at Bieber's Instagram feed for sporadic shots of his inkings, see the pics below.

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