WATCH: Little Mix Fan Dodges Security And Rips Open Group's Car Door
Little Mix were left shaken when a fan managed to dodge their security and forced open their car door while they were sitting inside it outside a venue.
Footage shows Jessie Nelson, Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Ann Pinnock and Jade Thirwell all looking super frightened as an unknown man rips open their blacked out people carrier before a concert at Dundee's Slessor Gardens, East Scotland.
The overly-friendly fan is seen holding onto a pen and paper, desperate for an autograph from the popular foursome who found fame on The X Factor in 2011.
Perri gives him a hesitant wave, but Jade who is closest to the man seems to back away in horror. He then asks the startled girls dressed in full concert costume to sign the paper for his son.
Thankfully the girls' security were quick to react to the incident and the door was slammed shut in a matter of seconds.
Despite this incident, the venue had a huge police presence in light of recent events, and the rest of their concert for 11,000 fans ran smoothly.
A source told The Sun: "It was funny to see the guy's cheeky spirit and he was only after an autograph.
"But in today's climate and with security supposed to be being stepped up, it was a shambles that someone could get so close to them and then even into their car before being challenged.
"You can even see in the clip, the refection of a police van nearby.
I literally have no flippin words for this moment rite here! All I can say is I love these girls more than anyone or anything in the world they are literally my bestest friends in the whole wide bloody world and I cannot believe I got to achieve my dream with them! There's not a better feeling in the world waking up and doing what I love for a living with my 3 best mates and I am forever grateful that I get to share every epic experience with them! The loves of my life literally we flippin did it :see_no_evil::grin: here's to the next 5 years with you nutters :heart:
"I'm sure the girls were panicked when the door flew open, but thankfully it was a only a well-meaning fan."
We're sure he didn't mean to frighten the girls, but we appreciate they must have panicked when the door was ripped open.
We doubt that will be happening again!