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WOO PIG: Beyond Meat's COO Allegedly Got Into A Road Rage Fight And Bit A Man's Nose After The Arkansas/Missouri State Football Game

[Source] - A top executive at plant-based food company Beyond Meat was arrested after he allegedly chomped down on a man’s nose during a fight outside Razorback Stadium in Arkansas Saturday.

Chief Operating Officer Doug Ramsey faces charges connected to the unusual incident that was sparked from an altercation inside a parking garage following the University of Arkansas football team’s win over Missouri State.

Ramsey, 53, was attempting to leave in his Bronco when a driver in a Subaru nudged his way in front of him and made contact with his front passenger side tire, KNWA-TV reported, citing a preliminary police report.  

He then allegedly jumped out of his car and “punched through the back windshield of the Subaru,” which led to the Subaru driver leaving his car, according to police.

Ramsey is accused of punching the Subaru driver and biting his nose so hard he ripped “the flesh on the tip” of it, the television station reported, citing the report.

The Beyond Meat COO also threatened to kill the man, the police report alleged. When an officer arrived at the scene shortly after 10 p.m., he found “two males with bloody faces,” KNWA reported.

There is nothing and I mean nothing like a mix of college football and some road rage. Throw in an SEC game where Bobby Petrino is returning home? Tensions are going to be high. Not necessarily bit part of a man's nose off high, but high. 

But this is another good reason to avoid parking garages. People treat them like a lawless building. Nobody knows how to merge anymore. Nobody knows right of way. It's simple, you go one after one if there's a line. Let one car in, you go. Next car lets one in, they go. It's the easiest way to get everyone out to the street and then start driving like Vin Diesel in Fast and Furious. 

It's not lost on me that the COO of a vegan company is biting noses like Armie Hammer's alleged wet dream. That's what we call an overreaction. Hey, people get road rage. But you know how you handle the road rage? Lay on the horn a little bit, throw your arms in the air and then go double birds. No need to fight. For sure no need to threaten and then bite a nose. That's just unnecessary. 

I need to know what sort of crazy you need to be to bite during a fight. I'm not talking like an ankle bite or biting out of a sleeper hold like Jon Moxley. I'm talking about biting a nose. That's an insane move. That's the only thing I can think of. Sure, I've only been in a couple of scraps in my younger years, but never once did I think to bite or avoid a bite. What happened to a good old fashioned fist fight? That's how I know the world has changed man.