‘Mr Bean’ Rowan Atkinson traumatized after 2nd supercar crash

London: British comedian Rowan Atkinson is reportedly “shaken but not stirred” after having a near encounter with death as his McLaren F1 supercar met with an accident for the second time.

The ‘Blackadder’ and ‘Mr Bean’ star managed to escape with only a broken shoulder after his two-million-pounds car lost control and hit a tree and a road sign before catching fire.

“I understand he has a fractured shoulder blade which is very painful and why he needed to stay in overnight. He is shaken but not stirred. I think he was in pain and had painkillers,” the Mirror quoted Peter Bennett-Jones, Atkinson’s agent as saying.

“He will be very rattled and I think he’ll want to keep as low profile as possible,” he added.

The 56-year-old has been discharged from the hospital and according to his agent, the accident took place as the actor drove back home after working on his new film ‘Johnny English Reborn’.


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