George Clooney has been involved in an accident.
The actor was taken to hospital after he was hit by a auto on the Italian island but is expected to make a full recovery.
"He is recovering at his home and will be fine", a representative for Clooney previously told HuffPost. The video shows what is reported as Clooney's scooter crashing into the vehicle while another scooter alongside him manages to veer around it. Local daily La Nuova Sardegna says Clooney's injuries aren't serious, but that he was taken to the John Paul II hospital emergency room.
"George Clooney fell and slammed the windshield of the Mercedes".
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Daily newspaper La Nuova Sardegna said the 57-year-old Clooney was heading to a film set a auto hit his motorbike. Calls and emails to Clooney's spokesman weren't immediately returned.
Clooney is a frequent visitor to Italy.
The actor has been living in the luxury Mediterranean spot with his wife, Amal Clooney, and children, while filming TV mini series Catch 22 - based on Joseph Heller's iconic novel.
The accident happened in Sardinia where the U.S. actor is filming his latest TV series, Catch-22. He has a home on Lake Como and was married in Venice in 2014 to the British human rights lawyer Amal Clooney.