Vegan Food Company Executive Charged After Biting Man's Nose During Altercation

An executive for vegan food company Beyond Meat has been charged with making a terroristic threat and third-degree battery after allegedly biting a man's nose.

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Doug Ramsey, 53, has been charged with terroristic threatening and third-degree battery

Chief operations officer of Beyond Meat, Doug Ramsey, was allegedly involved in an altercation outside an American football game in Arkansas on Saturday.

Ramsey, 53, is accused of attacking a man whose car allegedly made contact with his in a queue following the Arkansas Razorbacks v Missouri State Bears game in Fayetteville.

According to the police report, the victim had tried to inch in front of Ramsey and made contact with a wheel on his SUV.

The vegan food company executive who previously worked for McDonald's and Tyson foods before joining Beyond Meat in December last year, allegedly got out of his vehicle and "punched back through to the windshield of the other car" before "pulling him in close and punching his body."

The incident report made by Washington County police also claimed that Ramsey, from Fayetteville, "bit the owner's nose ripping the flesh on the tip of the nose and threatened to kill him."

Ramsey has been charged with terroristic threatening and third-degree battery, with a bond of $11,085.

He was released from custody on Sunday. Beyond Meat has not responded to requests for comment on the incident.

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