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Major update after Beyond Meat exec Doug Ramsey ‘BIT off tip of man’s nose & threatens to kill him in parking lot brawl’ English Headline


A BEYOND Meat executive allegedly bit off the tip of a man’s nose and threatened to kill him after he got into a fight following a football game.

Doug Ramsey, 53, the COO of Beyond Meat was arrested after getting into a brawl after Arkansas defeated Missouri State at Razorback Stadium on Saturday.

Doug Ramsey, 53, (pictured) allegedly bit off a man's nose during a fight in a parking lot

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Doug Ramsey, 53, (pictured) allegedly bit off a man’s nose during a fight in a parking lotCredit: washington county sheriff’s office
Ramsey is the current operating chief of the food company, Beyond Meat

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Ramsey is the current operating chief of the food company, Beyond MeatCredit: Getty

Ramsey was in his Ford Bronco when he tried to exit the stadium parking lot.

A driver of a Subaru then “inched his way” toward Ramsey’s car, connecting with the front passenger tire, according to the police.

This caused Ramsey to allegedly get out of his car and punch through the back windshield of the Subaru, TMZ reported.

The driver of the Subaru then got out of his car and started punching Ramsey, TMZ claimed.

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Ramsey then “bit the owner’s nose, ripping the flesh off the tip of the nose,” according to a police report.

The driver claimed Ramsey also threatened to kill him, according to TMZ.

Ramsey was then arrested and charged with making a terroristic threat and 3rd-degree battery.

Ramsey has been the operating chief of Beyond Meat since December and before that he worked for Tyson Foods.

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The U.S. Sun reached out to Beyond Meat for a comment but hasn’t received a response by the time of publication.

The University of Arkansas police, which houses the stadium where the incident occurred, also hasn’t returned a comment.





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