Harry Styles show takes a dark turn as fan falls from top tier
Glasgow, UK - It was a show full of joy, love, and enthusiasm – but among all the positivity at Harry Styles' show in Glasgow, there was also a moment of sheer horror.
On Saturday, tens of thousands of fans were enjoying the pop star's performance of his hit song Kiwi during a concert at Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow. But then the ecstatic whoops turned to terrified screams.
As multiple British outlets reported, Just after 10 PM, a spectator – believed to be a man – suddenly dropped from the top tier of the arena and fell to the stand below, in a scene briefly captured on camera.
"Officers were made aware of a man falling from a club deck at a premises on Edmiston Drive, Glasgow at around 10.15pm on Saturday 11 June 2022. There were no suspicious circumstances and the man was seen to by medical staff," a Police Scotland spokesperson told Sky News.
Among the many tweets that featured pics and clips from the As It Was singer's latest stop on his world tour, one fan who saw the man falling related her traumatizing experience.
"Still in shock after @Harry_Styles concert @Ibrox. A guy fell from the tier above onto the main stand one row in front of us," she wrote.
"No security to be seen. I had to run to main door at street level to bring help. Everyone in shock around us and so upset. Hope guy is OK."
Fans report the accident on Twitter
Harry Styles fans still in shock
Speaking to the Daily Record, another witness described the shocking incident: "It was a really scary moment for everyone around."
"He fell right in front of us and we really weren't sure if he was okay."
"It was such a shock seeing him fall right before me. I just hope his injuries aren't to severe."
So far, it's unclear how badly the man was hurt and what condition he's in now.
Harry Styles has not yet commented on the accident.
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