Mick Wilary may be one of Britain's most accident-prone men. The 58-year-old farm worker is recovering in hospital after his legs were crushed under a JCB, the latest in a long line of injury mishaps.
Wilary, from Stanley, Co. Durham, admitted he was 'accident-prone'.
"But its important to keep bouncing back when these things happen. I guess its lucky I don't drive. I only have a tractor licence," the Telegraph quoted him as saying.
Over the years, the unlucky labourer has broken both ankles by falling over a potato and cracked his head open by tripping over a cat.
He has also fallen out of the raised bucket of a JCB, and was left with a broken collar bone when the horse he was riding was spooked by a plastic bag.
In total the grandfather-of-two has racked up more than 30 injuries, including 15 broken bones.