It certainly doesn't happen very often. Other than the MIA
photo you posted, I can only recall one other, an Air Canada DC-9 back in the 1980s sometime, up in the NE somewhere. There may be others, but I'm not aware of them.
As far as effects go, I'd imagine that the changed aerodynamics might create some general buffeting or maybe some vibrations felt in the rudder, but I'm sure the pilots here can provide more authortative info....
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