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Shoe flies in wrong direction

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OUCH! And, guys, you know what I'm talking about.

At One Direction's concert in Glasgow, Scotland, Tuesday, the pop stars were chatting up the crowd when a shoe came flying onto the stage. It didn't hit anyone.

But then the other shoe dropped. Or rather, it hit Harry Styles right in the groin, causing him to collapse on stage.

With all the screaming, it's hard to tell what was being said by bandmates Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne, Niall Horan and Zayn Malik, though they did check on their fallen pal.

Luckily, Harry was able to stand up and do a few stretches to show he was OK.

By late Wednesday, the shoe thrower had apologized. A Twitter user under the name of Jade Anderson, 14, from Glasgow, wrote:

"tonight i threw my shoe and it hit harry in the (groin) then security came and took me out the concert then i got my shoe back hahahaha."

She tweeted security escorted her out, but then Harry told them to let her back in. To Styles, she wrote: "i never meant to hurt you."

-- USA Today

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 1, 2013 B4

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