Canadian police have issued a warning to One Direction fans urging them to be wary of fake concert tickets which are circulating online.

Counterfeit passes to the boyband's upcoming show at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto next July (13) have popped up on a classified advertisement website.

Police tell the fraudulent "E-tickets" are selling for as much as $100 (£63) and the suspected scammers meet their victims in local coffee shops.

Fans who may have been duped are asked to contact detectives at the Toronto Police Service.