New York-based Alison Brod PR is promoting online travel booking client AirFastTickets.com's offer of a free flight anywhere in the world to briefly incarcerated Justin Bieber.

bieberThe pop star was arrested in Miami on Thursday morning after police said he was drag racing while under the influence in a Lamborghini. That followed a Jan. 14 incident at his Los Angeles home that led to the arrest of Bieber's friend on drug charges. 

"Due to Bieber’s previous antics and the report of an alleged DUI and drag racing incident last night, AirFastTickets feels it is in the best interest of the country to offer Mr. Bieber the opportunity to leave the U.S. and travel anywhere in the world on our dime once legalities have been cleared," the company said in a press release. "AirFastTickets hopes this opportunity will help Mr. Bieber take a step back and focus on getting back on track."

Alison Brod PR has around 60 staffers and clients like Burger King and Zulily.

AirFastTickets was founded in Greece in 2009 and bases its U.S. operations in New York.

Bieber was released later in the day Jan. 23. His longtime publicist, Melissa Victor of the singer's record label, Island Def Jam, has not commented on the arrest.

Miami Beach Police released Bieber's mugshot and arrest report via Twitter.