"The Spy Who Loved Me" may have loved alcohol too much, according to British researchers.
British medical experts read 12 James Bond novels written by Ian Fleming, and determined that agent 007's copious alcohol consumption would have impeded his ability to drive Aston Martins to chase villains. It also likely would have killed him by his mid-fifties.
The researchers concluded that his penchant for that martini that's "shaken, not stirred" may have been his socially acceptable way of coping with tremors caused by alcohol-induced brain damage.
The man who fought off "Dr. No" probably should have said no to a drink once in a while. … Read more