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Harry Styles flashes fans

Harry Styles flashes fans

HARRY STYLES: The One Direction star flashed fans. Photo: Associated Press

One Direction star Harry Styles sent Brazilian fans into hysterics at a concert on Thursday when he pulled down his trousers and showed off the word “Brazil!” etched on his thigh.

The band is currently touring South America and stopped off at the Parque Olimpico arena in Rio de Janeiro to perform for thousands of fans.

During a break from singing, Styles decided to flash the audience, and he unzipped his jeans and pulled them partly down, displaying the inking on the top of his leg. It is not yet known if the body art is permanent or temporary.

The crowd went wild before the singer quickly covered himself up again and carried on with the show.

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