Iceland’s president fell and broke his nose when he fainted – because his bath was too hot.
Gudni Johannesson said he is feeling fine despite being taken to hospital, where he needed stitches.
Mr Johannesson is a popular figure in the Nordic country, where he has enjoyed high approval ratings since being elected in June 2016.
The former history professor attended every Iceland match at Euro 2016, sitting with fellow fans of the tiny nation that embarassed England in the tournament.
His role is largely ceremonial and he is not affiliated with any political party.
Iceland is bracing for a snap legislative election on October 28 after the government collapsed.