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Beyond Meat COO Doug Ramsey Was Arrested After He Bit a Man’s Nose Off After Arkansas-Missouri State

Beyond Meat COO Doug Ramsey has gotten himself arrested, and the ironic thing is that it’s because of some meat.

Human meat, that is.

Yes, you read that correctly. Human meat.

According to KNWA in Arkansas, Ramsey got into an altercation near Razorback Stadium where he allegedly bit a man’s nose.

The officer spoke with both parties and a witness and determined that Ramsey was allegedly in the traffic lane of the structure, attempting to leave, when a Subaru “inched his way” in front of Ramsey’s Bronco, making contact with the front passenger’s side tire. Ramsey got out of his vehicle and allegedly “punched through the back windshield of the Subaru,” according to the report.

The owner of the Subaru then got out and he stated that Ramsey “pulled him in close and started punching his body.” According to the report, Ramsey also “bit the owner’s nose, ripping the flesh on the tip of the nose.”

The victim and the witness also reported hearing Ramsey “threaten to kill” the owner of the Subaru. Occupants of both vehicles got out and helped separate the parties.

Ramsey was then arrested on charges of terroristic threatening and 3rd-degree battery.

Not really a good look for someone working for Beyond Meat.

No. 10 Arkansas narrowly avoided a historic loss that would have packed an especially personal punch on Saturday night by surviving for a 38-27 win over FCS foe Missouri State. The Bears, who are coached by former Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino, led 27-17 early in the fourth quarter before the Razorbacks exploded for 21 unanswered points to close the game.

A victory for Missouri State would have marked just the second-ever win by an FCS team over a top-10 opponent along with Appalachian State’s famous 2007 win at Michigan. But Arkansas came alive in all three phases of the game once its back was against the wall to improve to 3-0 ahead of a game with Texas A&M next week.

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