Beyond Meat’s COO Arrested For Allegedly Biting A Man’s Nose After Football Game

Beyond Meat’s COO Arrested For Allegedly Biting A Man’s Nose After Football Game

Beyond Meat's COO Arrested, Allegedly Bites Man’s Nose After Arkansas College Football Game
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Beyond Meat’s Chief Operating Officer Doug Ramsey was arrested this past weekend for allegedly biting a man’s nose after a college football game in Arkansas.

Ramsey was charged with terroristic threatening and third-degree battery and booked in the Washington County jail on Saturday evening but was later released on Sunday, according to the Washington County, Arkansas.

A preliminary police report indicates that the altercation took place in a parking garage near Razorback Stadium after the University of Arkansas football game. During the conflict, Ramsey allegedly punched through the windshield of a Subaru after the car made contact with the front tire of Ramsey’s vehicle. This prompted the Subaru owner to get out of his car, leading Ramsey to allegedly start punching the owner and biting his nose, “ripping the flesh on the tip of the nose.”

Ramsey previously worked for Tyson Foods before joining the vegan consumer-packed-goods (CPG) brand back in December 2021.

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