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Harry Styles' performances can never go 100 percent smoothly, can they?

The One Direction hunk had another snafu during his band's concert recently, when a fan pelted him in the face with what looks to be a can of Red Bull. The men of 1D were thanking fans for joining them that evening when Harry walked down an aisle that was placed in the middle of the audience, only to be knocked in the side of the head with the can.

In the video, Harry can be seen clutching his face and wincing in pain as he continues to walk down the platform. Directioners were none-too-pleased with the anonymous thrower, and one fan is heard off-camera asking, "Why would you do that? That's not funny!" The girl who is believed to be behind the can toss simply laughs it off.

Liam Payne, Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson, One Direction

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Harry has experienced several accidents while on tour with 1D, including getting hit with a glow stick when the band first performed with Zayn Malik. The object nearly missed his eye, thankfully. Harry also has tripped and fallen on multiple occasions, most recently taking a tumble in Toronto.

Fresh off the chart-topping release of 1D's latest single "Drag Me Down," the boy-bander tripped and lost his footing in front of the audience before falling flat on his back. It looks like the floor wanted to drag him down LOL.

Although the Twittersphere seems to think this can thrower was simply trying to get Harry's attention, maybe she was booing the whole idea of One Direction taking a break. But the band members seem to be keeping up a positive attitude, continuously giving thanks to their fans.

"It's very exciting to be working on our fifth album," Styles told The Sun earlier this year. "It shows how incredible the fans have been. A huge thank you to them for everything they've done for us. All the love to them."

They seem to have changed their tune, however, as they previously said they felt "stronger than ever" since Malik departed, and were even determined to "carry on," as a foursome. With One Direction's hiatus beginning in March, we'll just have to see if this break is really a break up.