One Direction warn fans to stay away from their hotel due to threat of snake attack One Direction Tickets

'Someone's gunna get hurt,' frets boyband member Liam Payne

One Direction warn fans to stay away from their hotel due to threat of snake attack

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One Direction member Liam Payne sent out a warning Tweet to fans of the boyband yesterday evening (September 23), begging them to stay away from their Australian hotel in case they were attacked by snakes.

Obsessive fans of the group were camped out behind the hotel the band were staying in after playing a gig in Adelaide. Payne, who was alarmed that people were flaunting signs warning them that they were near a 'snake habitat', wrote a series of Tweets telling them that he was worried that "someone's gunna get hurt". You can see his messages below.






The band's Australian gig, meanwhile, saw an unfortunate slip for One Direction member Louis Tomlinson, who fell over while performing – you can see footage of his clumsy spill by clicking at the bottom of the page. It's not the first public tumble Tomlinson has taken in recent weeks: earlier this month (September 9), the singer was on the receiving end of a fierce tackle by footballer Gabriel Agbonlahor during a charity soccer match. The shock of the challenge seemingly made Tomlinson vomit as he left the pitch, and also prompted angry One Direction fans to send death threats to Agbonlahor.

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