An executive at a vegan food company in El Segundo has been charged with felony and terror threats after an altercation outside a college football game in which he was accused of biting a man on the nose, officials said.
Beyond Meat chief operating officer Doug Ramsey was charged with a road rage attack outside Saturday’s game between the Arkansas Razors and the Missouri Bears in Fayetteville, Arkansas, According to Fayetteville TV station KNWA.
A police report said the 53-year-old Fayetteville man assaulted another man who tried to approach him in the driveway of a parking lot and engaged with a wheel on Ramsay’s SUV touch. A police officer responding to the reported disturbance arrived to find “two males with blood on their faces,” the report said.
After speaking with Ramsay, another man and a witness, the officer determined Ramsay had stepped out of his SUV and “punched through the rear windshield of another vehicle.” The driver of the other car said that as he got out of the car, Ramsay “pulled him closer and started punching him in the body” and also “bited the owner’s nose and tore the flesh on the tip of his nose,” the officer reported. .
The man and witnesses also reported hearing Ramsay “threatening to kill” the man.
Beyond Meat did not respond to messages from the station and The Associated Press seeking comment.