Danger might as well be James Bonds middle name, but Health And Safety finally caught up with 007.
Following the disastrous events of Tuesdays controlled explosion at Pinewood Studies, the set of Bond 25 was visited by workplace inspectors investigating just what went awry.
One crew member was injured when a controlled explosion went horribly wrong this week, drastically damaging the exterior of a studio building, and now the production is facing probes.
A source told The Sun: The only people putting the stoppers on 007 right now are the government suits.
They marched in with their briefcases and told the Bond bigwigs they were investigating what had gone on.
It takes a lot of put Bond in his place, but this lot have.
A spokeswoman for the HSE told MailOnline: HSE is aware of the incident and making initial enquiries.
The role of the Health and Safety Executive in the UK is to assess and regulate occupational risks.
Metro.co.uk reached out to Pinewood Studios on Tuesday but they had no comment to make.
Production on Bond 25 was put on total lockdown when a member of staff was crushed by a part of the set which fell as he stood by a ramp outside the studios.
Filming on Bond 25 has faced numerous bumps in the road. Already Bond actor Daniel Craig has sustained an ankle injury on set.
Bond 25 filming was temporarily suspended following the incident, where it was believed the actor, 51, fell awkwardly on his ankle during a chase scene on foot.
At the time, it was confirmed that the April 2020 release date was still on track but its not yet known has this latest setback will affect filming.
The next Bond flick is directed by Cary Fukunaga, and stars Rami Malek, Dali Benssalah, Billy Magnussen, Ana de Armas, Lashana Lynch and David Dencik.
Fleabag creator and star Phoebe Waller-Bridge was also drafted in to help write the script.