Harry Styles has been hit by an object thrown from the crowd as part of a new dangerous trend.
The three-time Grammy award winner was hit in the eye by an unknown object while rocking a green sequined jumpsuit on stage.
The incident occurred at the Vienna ‘Love on Tour’ concert on Saturday night and a video of the event was captured by a fan and posted to Instagram.
“Stop throwing sh#t at him and especially his face,” reads the caption of the post.
Clearly whoever was behind the strike didn’t get the ‘#TreatPeopleWithKindness’ memo.
While it seems Styles was not critically injured, he did appear to be in discomfort after being struck in the eye, holding his hand over his eyes.
Styles was previously hit in the eye with some Skittles that a fan threw at him during a concert in November last year.
“Didn’t think I need to say this: Please don’t throw Skittles,” tweeted the confectionery company last year, after a video of Harry being stung in the eye went viral.
Across his career, the ‘As It Was’ singer has been hit with tampons, kiwi fruit, and even chicken nuggets.
Style’s most recent attack comes weeks after Bebe Rexha was hit by a phone thrown by someone in the crowd at her New York concert.
The ‘I’m Good’ singer had to be helped off stage after falling to the floor and is now healing from a black eye and stitches.
Ava Max, Kelsey Ballerini and Drake have also had objects hurled towards them while performing on stage recently.
Someone also threw their mother’s ashes on stage at a Pink concert leaving the acrobatic singing sensation very confused.
“I don’t know how I feel about this,” said the ‘So What' singer.
Even Adele has taken the time to address the new hazardous trend, calling out concert crowds for their lack of etiquette and respect.
“People just throwing shit on stage, have you seen them?” the singer said during a break at her show in Las Vegas.
"I f**king dare you, I dare you throw something at me, I'll f**king kill you," she added.
“This trend of throwing things at performers while they are on stage must come to an end,” tweeted pop star Charlie Puth, “It’s so disrespectful and very dangerous.”
“Please just enjoy the music I beg of you.”