Shooting for upcoming James Bond film Skyfall has been interrupted after a stuntman lost control of his motorcycle and smashed into a store front in Istanbul, Turkey.
The cast and crew were filming a scene in the city's famous 15th-century Grand Bazaar when an unnamed stuntman crashed into a 330-year-old jewellery shop at high speed, in a bid to avoid hitting a pack of extras.
Unhappy store owner Mete Boybeyi told Reuters: "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.
"No one from the movie crew came to ask 'what are your losses?' We filed a complaint at the police station."
And adding further insult to injury, Boybeyi revealed the site, which once served members of the Ottoman court from the nearby palace, is considered a place of historical significance.
He added: "This place is regulated by the Council of Monuments. We can't even change our window without their permission."
The store will now be closed for repairs.