The artist appeared to be in a chase scene involving Harrison Fordthe main New York character on a parade for the Apollo 11 astronauts back in 1969, when he barged in through a marching band of sailors.
But despite the presence of medics, the actor, whose name is not known, then stood up and motioned to the crowd to report that he was not seriously injured.
Also during Sunday’s filming, a double of Ford’s body was seen riding a horse and crossing a banner bearing the words “a giant leap for mankind” – the phrase made famous by Neil Armstrong when he walked. on the moon.
A duplicate of the body of actor Boyd Holbrook was seen on a motorcycle as part of the chase scene.
Bodily doubles from Ford and Holbrook have been seen on several occasions in the Scottish town over the past week – with filming set to last until July 31.
The streets of Glasgow turned into Manhattan for the shooting of the fifth film in the franchise.
Hundreds of extras were also on the sets.
Scenes were filmed in St Vincent Street, as well as in a parking lot near Ibrox Stadium, home of the Scottish Rangers football champions.
Members of the public watched the filming.
Director James Mangold, who has also taken the helm of The Greatest Showman, Le Mans ’66 and Logan, has also been seen in the city.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge has also been spotted in the area.
The film also stars Mads Mikkelsen, Thomas Kretschmann, Shaunette Renee Wilson and Toby Jones.
Indiana Jones first hit the big screen in the 1981 film Raiders of the Lost Ark, followed by The Temple of Doom and The Last Crusade later in the same decade.
Two decades later, in 2008, a fourth film – Kingdom of the Crystal Skull – came out with mixed reviews.
The Whip-Wielding Action Archaeologist was jointly created by Star Wars mastermind George Lucas and blockbuster director Steven Spielberg.
The next installment is slated for release in 2022, despite a potential setback last month when Ford injured his shoulder during a rehearsal.