Rafael Bugajski used to have a nice page discussing overplays in (simple?) josekis.
Rafael's Go Bloopers (this link appears broken)
Rafael talks about following overplays:
This position is also possible from a different move order: white slides first, black pincers and white jumps out, instead of the more usual a. So that might be called a "misplaced jump".
In a database of 31,000 games, of 299 games that follow the first move order, 20 games have the "misplaced slide". Another 177 games with the second move order, of which 6 have the "misplaced jump". Using Kombilo, on a 10x10 subboard.
Also interesting to note is that with the small knight extension by Black (instead of the ikken tobi) the misplaced jump scores 29 out of 189 games and the misplaced slide 21 out of 154, so they are a bit less "misplaced" in that case. -- Jan van Rongen.
Tamsin Pardon me, but I think it was Otake Hideo who played this "severe hane" as White here, and he lost the game. Also, Black's first two moves were at 3-4 points. The game was the Kisei Challenger Play-Off (30 November 1989).
SAS: SGF file available here.
The 'conventional wisdom' about why this is considered a bad move can be found at 4-4 point one-space low pincer invasion, interception.
Statistical data: In my collection of 20,000+ games, the 'severe hane' is played in 3 out of 933 times the position occurred, all 3 times by Cho Chikun (the extension is played 926 times, the lower hane 4 times).
The 'misplaced slide' is played 16 times out of 294. - Andre Engels