Man sues Harper’s Bazaar over red carpet pole mishap

This is not the red-carpet procedure he was expecting.

A Queens male doing the job at a star-studded Plaza Lodge Fashion Week bash is suing simply because he hurt himself on “defective” red carpet pole, according to a new lawsuit.

Omar Elnewishy was taking care of the VIP section of Harper Bazaar’s glamorous ICONS get together — attended by the likes of actress Awkwafina, supermodel Emily Ratajkowski and singer Alicia Keys — on Sept. six, when he was taken down by the stylish established-up, according to the lawsuit, submitted this 7 days in New York Supreme Courtroom.

Champagne-fueled party — thrown to rejoice actors and musicians who “aren’t worried to break the rules” — showcased a carpet section wherever superstars produced stylish arrivals.

But the poles roping off the space had been allegedly improperly managed, creating a “safety threat” that triggered Elnewishy to experience “serious injuries,” according to the lawsuit.

The accident resulted from “the harmful and faulty ailment of red carpet poles” and the “carelessness of HARPER’S BAZAAR,” the go well with states.

Soon after his damage, Elnewishy “continue[d] to experience agony to his body and thoughts,” forcing him to pass up do the job, according to the lawsuit.

It doesn’t notice how the accident took place or what aspect of Elnewishy’s body was hurt.

Elnewishy is suing Harper’s Bazaar, which was leasing the party room, for unspecified damages, according to the lawsuit.

His law firm Meredith Yevin did not return a ask for for comment Wednesday.

Harper’s Baazar did not instantly return a ask for for comment.