The singer took a tumble during his Manchester, England, concert on Thursday, once again during his performance of “Kiwi”.
As seen in multiple fan-filmed footages, Styles, who wore a red and blue patterned Gucci suit, falls on his derriere after dancing side-to-side on stage.
The star can be seen giving a smile and appears to laugh off the fall as he returns to his feet and finishes the song.
— Em. (@EmilyBashforth) November 4, 2017
Just one day before, at the O2 Apollo venue, Styles landed on his behind during the same song.
“You may have seen me fall earlier during this song,” the accident-prone Cheshire native told the crowd. “It appeared to be a kiwi. That was the culprit, some green seedy mush. Look, there’s another, this could end up being a problem.”
Harry falling over during Kiwi. Tonight in Manchester pic.twitter.com/KJPjqdacAr
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Fans have been tossing the fruit onto stage when “Kiwi” comes on.
Multiple U.K. news outlets reported that large supermarket chain Asda has put age restriction on who they will sell the furry-skinned fruit to.
“We know our customers love Harry Styles and we feel it’s our duty to protect a fellow Mancunian from any ‘bad kiwis’ amongst us. We’d hate to see a repeat of the mishap this evening, so to avoid any slippery situations, we feel this is a necessary measure,” according to a statement obtained by the Telegraph.
The supermarket said the staff was instructed them to ask for identification from any customers who looked under 25.