The Hollywood star praised two nurses at Stroud General who “cleaned me up” and “glued me together again like Humpty Dumpty!”
The Withnail and I actor wrote on Twitter: “Am truly indebted to nurses Holly and Theresa at Stroud NHS hospital for sorting out my head wound this evening.
“Heavy metal bar clonked my cranium and they kindly cleaned me up and glued me together again like Humpty Dumpty!”
Am truly indebted to Nurses Holly & Theresa at Stroud NHS hospital for sorting out my head wound this evening.Heavy metal bar clonked my cranium and they kindly cleaned me up & glued me together again like Humpty Dumpty! 👍
— Richard E. Grant (@RichardEGrant) February 23, 2018
And the 60-year-old celebrity later posted a snap of himself in a Peaky Blinders-style cap.
“Thank you for all the kind messages of support. Wearing a cover-up cap till I’m Peaky Blinder better!,” he joked.
Fans and NHS staff wished him well.
@susanlogan63 wrote: “As an NHS nurse working in Scotland we don’t often get nice feedback.
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“It’s lovely to hear someone with such a high profile thanking staff. Speedy recovery to you.
@Lizzyvantonder wrote: “Hope you are ok now Richard. Keep away from heavy metal bars in future. xxx”