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Niall Horan has admitted that he finds it frightening when he and his One Direction band mates get mobbed by fans. 

The Irish singer still feels uncomfortable with groups of screaming girls trying to get close to him and would freak out if he didn't have bodyguards to keep him safe.

'I'm quite claustrophobic and I don't like everyone crowding around and shouting the same questions,' says Niall, 19.

'I get a little bit scared sometimes. It's all good as we've got a good security team.'

Luckily for Niall - who's currently on the UK leg of 1D's Take Me Home world tour - he isn't fazed by being surrounded by his band mates for long stints on the road.

He, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Zayn Malik are now good enough mates to know how to avoid getting into fights.

'We've got to the stage now where we know each other's boundaries,' Niall tells We Love Pop.

'If there's an argument it's over what's on the radio, or: "Turn up the window, it's freezing."'

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