'Bachelor' Peter Weber Reveals Scar Nearly 2 Months After Face Injury


The 28-year-old pilot suffered an injury to his face while filming in Costa Rica on Oct. 8.

Peter Weber is back at work -- and back on social media. 

The Bachelor took to Instagram on Wednesday to reveal he's officially back at work as a Delta pilot after wrapping filming on his season of the ABC dating show. In a video on his Instagram Story, the 28-year-old also showed off the scar on his forehead, nearly two months after suffering an injury to his face while filming in Costa Rica. 

"Feels sooo good to be back," Weber first captioned a snap of himself in the cockpit. Then came a video of himself seemingly in a hotel room in Virginia. "Feels good to get back in the sky," he shared, showcasing what looks like a two-inch scar above his eyebrow. 


Weber was injured on Oct. 8 while getting into a golf cart in Costa Rica, where The Bachelor was filming. "Peter suffered a freak accident. He got a cut on his head, he did get stitches but he’s 100 percent OK and production is already back underway," host Chris Harrison exclusively told ET at the time. "He's still the dashing, handsome pilot we've all dreamed of."

Weeks later, Weber had his stitches removed, though a bandage remained on his forehead as he was photographed in Lima, Peru, in late October. 

Fans got their first look at Weber's season in a dramatic trailer that debuted on Monday; the clip sees him reunite with his Bachelorette ex, Hannah Brown -- and ask her to join his season. See her reaction to their flirty encounter in the video below.