The stunt performer on the Daniel Craig-starring film lost control of his motorcycle and crashed into the front of a 330-year-old shop in Istanbul, according to Turkish broadcaster NTV (via Reuters).
The owner of the shop Mete Boybeyi said: "It is very nice for the Grand Bazaar to be chosen as a location for shooting this kind of movie. But the bazaar's administration... didn't notify us the shooting would be like this.
"This place is regulated by the Council of Monuments. We can't even change our window without their permission."
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The jewellery shop's crystal glass window was reportedly smashed in the accident and Boybeyi is also quoted as saying that a report was filed at the local police station.
It is not clear whether the stunt performer suffered any injuries in the accident.
The historic Grand Bazaar complex is one of the world's largest covered markets and attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors to its 5,000 shops daily.
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