FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (TCD) -- The chief operating officer of animal product substitute company Beyond Meat stands accused of biting a man’s nose after a college football game.
According to a report from KNWA/KFTA-TV, on Saturday, Sept. 17, Douglas Ramsey, 53, allegedly committed the crime near Razorback Stadium in a parking garage following Arkansas’ win over Missouri State.
Officers reportedly responded to Gate 15 shortly after 10 p.m. to a report of a disturbance. At the scene, KNWA/KFTA reports officers found two men with bloody faces.
According to The Associated Press, another driver allegedly merged in front of Ramsey in traffic, and he became upset. Ramsey reportedly got out of his car and punched through the other driver’s back windshield. The other driver allegedly got out of his car, and Ramsey hit him and then bit the tip of his nose, ripping part of the flesh.
Ramsey also threatened to kill the man, according to a police report obtained by The Associated Press, but witnesses separated the men before the situation could escalate.
Ramsey was arrested and booked into Washington County Jail on Sept. 17, records show. He was reportedly charged with terroristic threatening and third-degree battery. According to records, he was released from jail on $11,085 bond on Sunday, Sept. 18.
KNWA/KFTA reports Ramsey became the chief operating officer of Beyond Meat in late 2021. Previously, Ramsey was reportedly a member of Tyson Foods’ poultry business since 1992, named president of global McDonald’s business in 2019, and left Tyson in 2021.