Beyond Meat’s chief operating officer arrested after allegedly biting a man

The chief operating officer of Beyond Meat, a Los Angeles based company who offer plant-based alternatives to meat has been arrested and charged with 3rd degree battery after authorities alleged that he bit another man during a road rage incident.

Local reports have said that authorities arrested Doug Ramsay after he ripped “the flesh” off a man’s nose during the altercation.

Ramsey and another motorist were found with “bloody faces” by police after witnesses said that both men were involved in a minor automobile accident in a parking garage after a University of Arkansas football game at The Razorback Stadium on Saturday night, according to local Fayetteville news affiliate KNWA.

After the accident occurred, Ramsey reportedly exited his vehicle “punched through the back windshield of his victim’s car,” KNWA reported, citing a Washington County police report.

The other man involved told authorities that Ramsay “pulled him close and started punching his body.” KNWA reports that Ramsay then bit the other man’s nose, “ripping the flesh on the tip of the nose.”

Witnesses also said they heard Ramsay “threaten to kill” the other man. Witnesses also said that occupants of both vehicles separated the two men.

Ramsay’s first court appearance has been scheduled for October 19th.




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