Gerard Butler revealed that while working on a plane in Puerto Rico, phosphoric acid burns covered every part of his face.
Although He claims he has experienced injuries while filming, the incident on the set of Plane may have been his worst to date.
On a recent broadcast of Late Night with Seth Meyers, Butler acknowledged that no matter what she does, she always manages to damage herself.
He revealed that while working on a plane in Puerto Rico, phosphoric acid burns covered every area of his face.
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All of this was going on as He was pretending to work on the wheels of his character’s jet in a scene.
Butler added, “Now I’m sticking my hand between these two wheels, sort of acting that I know what I’m doing. “My hands always have blood and green fluid on them when I extend them. “I don’t know what this green fluid is,” I say.”
Butler was “soaked in sweat” and frequently wiped his face with his hands because it was a hot day on top of all that.
“It suddenly enters my throat as I’m wiping my cheeks. I’m chewing it up. It tickles my nose. Point is that “Gerard disclosed. My face is actually burning from it. I feel it.
He realized at that point that the green liquid was “basically phosphoric acid.”
“I feel like I’m being burned alive. It was therefore intense. It actually burnt for a long time “Added Gerard.
The flame was immediately put out by everyone on the stage and eventually decided to spray water all over his body and face.
Butler chuckled and said despite how uncomfortable it was, it ended up being “perfect for the sequence.”
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