Ex Mr Spain Hit By Drone In Face Has Bi-Colour Eyes

Story ByAna LacasaSub EditorJoseph GolderAgencyCentral European News

This former Mister Spain has revealed his permanently odd-coloured eyes after he was hit by a drone in the face whilst on holiday in Ibiza.

Daniel Sampedro, better known as Logan Sampedro, 27, was chosen as Mister Global Spain in 2017 and was the runner-up of the Spanish edition of the Survivor reality show in 2018.

Picture Credit: CEN/@logansampedro

He has now revealed how his eyes are now different colours after he was involved in an accident with a drone whilst on holiday on the popular Spanish Balearic Island of Ibiza in summer.

According to local media, the model had to go to the hospital after being hit in his right eye by a drone. He said some weeks ago that he thought he would lose his eye but now it has emerged that he will not, although it has changed colour permanently.

Picture Credit: CEN/@logansampedro

Images show how his left eye has a darker iris and more dilated pupil than his right eye, which is green.

The picture was accompanied with the message: “After a month and a bit of uncertainty I finally got the definitive results. The appearance of the eye will be like this, but it will stay with me. Thanks to those who worried about my state and I am sorry for not being able to inform you more. Sh*t happens”.

The picture received more than 12,000 likes and was widely commented by netizens, among them his mates of the reality show of Survivors Romina Malaspina, Sergio Carvajal and Patricia Steisy, who tried to cheer him up.

Romina Malaspina wrote: “Bravo that the eye stays with you, friend!”, and Carvajal added, “Great bro, I was scared”.

Sampedro he studied Economics and is a keen sportsman, playing football player and he is also a padel teacher. He reportedly tried to go into the fire brigade of the province of Oviedo in the past.

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