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Jimmy Fallon Trips Over Partygoer, Slices Hand Open on Broken Bottle

The comedian has injured his right hand just four months after hurting his left hand. (Instagram) The comedian has injured his right hand just four months after hurting his left hand. (Instagram)

Jimmy Fallon can’t seem to stop injuring himself.

Over the weekend, the comedian was holding a bottle of Jägermeister when he tripped and cut his hand on a glass bottle. 

Read: Jimmy Fallon Reveals His Gruesome Hand Injury

The Tonight Show host, who hurt his other hand just a few months ago, was accepting an award by the Harvard Lampoon in Boston at the time.

 

Thank you, @harvardlampoon.

A photo posted by Jimmy Fallon (@jimmyfallon) on Oct 25, 2015 at 6:04am PDT

Fallon tripped and fell over a girl that was kneeling in front of him.

He went to Massachusetts General Hospital but returned to party on Saturday night at Harvard University.

 

A photo posted by Jimmy Fallon (@jimmyfallon) on Oct 24, 2015 at 2:09pm PDT

He posted his injury on Instagram:

 

Nothing that a few band aids couldn't fix.

A photo posted by Jimmy Fallon (@jimmyfallon) on Oct 25, 2015 at 11:24am PDT

The fall was captured on a cell phone by Ryan Schuster.

 

Jimmy Fallin folks! #jimmyfallon #latenightwithjimmyfallon #harvard @jonthesneider and @johndoomsdayhoward

A video posted by cryan ryan (@cryan__ryan) on Oct 24, 2015 at 6:52pm PDT

He told INSIDE EDITION: “He immediately got up and he's like ‘It’s okay, I’m fine. I just need another bottle of Jaeger. Its okay, I’m fine.’”

 

I have the bottle that took down #jimmyfallon #latenightwithjimmyfallon #jimmyfallin @jonthesneider and @johndoomsdayhoward

A photo posted by cryan ryan (@cryan__ryan) on Oct 24, 2015 at 6:55pm PDT

Over the summer, Fallon nearly ripped his ring finger off when he tripped and fell at his home in June. The injury forced the 41-year-old to cancel a taping of The Tonight Show.

Watch Below: Jimmy Fallon Shows Injured Finger Without Bandage for First Time 

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