Britain's Most Accident-prone Man

58-year-old Mick Wilary of Stanley, Co. Durham, England is in the hospital recovering from being run over by a piece of heavy equipment. It's only the latest in a long line of mishaps that has earned him his reputation as Britain's most accident-prone man.
It follows breaks to both ankles, after he fell over a potato, and cracking his head open by tripping over a cat.

He has also fallen out of a raised bucket of a JCB, and was left with a broken collar bone when the horse he was riding got spooked by a plastic bag.

In total the grandfather-of-two has racked up more than 30 injuries, including 15 broken bones.

This is only a partial list of injuries, as Wilary started having accidents as a child. As he recuperated, he remarked that it's a good thing he doesn't drive. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/7579318/Britains-most-accident-prone-man-injured-again.html -via Arbroath

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"His most recent accident happened when he was shovelling cattle feed into a JCB, while the engine was running."

That's not an accident, that's stupidity
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