By Will Finch
Saturday, 25 August 2012
Sotheby’s chairman, Henry Wyndham, is recuperating after he was shot in the face during a day grouse shooting.
Sotheby’s chairman, Henry Wyndham, is recuperating after he was shot in the face during a grouse shoot.
Mr Wyndham was reportedly standing at his butt when a gun near him was accidentally fired, leaving him with 52 lead pellet wounds.
It is thought that he would have been blinded had he not been wearing glasses.
A Sotheby’s spokesman said: “Henry Wyndham sustained an accident on the grouse moor and is currently on track for a full and rapid recovery.”
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