Harry Styles hit in the eye by flying object during concert in Vienna

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Harry Styles is the latest victim of a worrying trend in which concertgoers are throwing items at artists on stage.

The One Direction alum, 29, was performing in Vienna, Austria, Saturday night when a flying object hit him directly in the eye.

The “As It Was” singer, who is on his blockbuster Love On Tour, was seen wincing in pain as he bent over and covered his eyes with his hands.

Videos captured by fans showed Styles rocking a green sequin jumpsuit and walking across the stage between songs when the unknown item was launched at him.

Page Six has reached out to Styles’ rep for an update on his condition.

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“Why do people keep doing this, paying money for front row just to do this too. I’m tired of y’all,” one person asked on Twitter in response to a video of the incident.

“This object throwing culture is about to kill how we experience concerts & festivals moving forward. They’re about to get more expensive and more exclusive,” another person wrote.

A third chimed in, “I genuinely don’t understand like I get throwing stuff on the stage where they’ll see it but they always aim for the face like why???”

Styles joins the likes of Bebe Rexha, Drake, Kelsea Ballerini and more who have all been pelted by objects while on stage in recent weeks.

Last month, Rexha was hit in the eye with a cell phone and sustained a massive black-and-blue shiner during her concert in New York City.

At the time, the “I’m Good” singer, 33, shared an update to Instagram, giving a thumbs up while sporting a massive bruise in a selfie.

Nicolas Malvagna, the New Jersey man who threw the phone at Rexha, was arrested and charged.

However, he claimed that he was just trying to take part in a TikTok trend.

Along with phones and bracelets being thrown at concerts, a fan threw their mother’s ashes on stage while Pink was performing last month.

“I don’t know how I feel about this,” the “So What” singer, 43, said with a shocked expression on her face.

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