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    Beyond Meat suspends CEO Doug Ramsey after altercation in which he bit off man’s nose

    Beyond Meat suspends CEO Doug Ramsey after altercation in which he bit off man's nose

    the food company Beyond Meat Suspends Chief Operating Officer Doug Ramsey “Effective Immediately” after the altercation he starred in over the weekend where he attacked and bit off a man’s nose.

    In a brief statement, the company announced Ramsey’s resignation and said that his operational activities will be overseen on an interim basis by Jonathan Nelson, senior vice president of manufacturing operations.

    Last Saturday Ramsey, 53, got into a confrontation with a man in the parking lot of Razorback Stadium after a football game. Police sources in Washington County (Arkansas) said that the manager went through the rear windshield of another man’s car after the vehicle made contact with the front tire of the executive’s car.

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    After the subject got out of the vehicle, the vehicle was hit by Ramsey several times and he was bitten on the nose, “tearing at the tip,” the report says. The executive would also have threatened to kill him.

    When police officers arrived at the scene, they found the two men with bloodied faces. So far Ramsey has not commented on the situation.

    The news of the Ramsey attack did not sit well within Beyond Meat, which has had several difficulties so far this year with its shares falling 75%, which has reduced its market value to $1.02 billion. According to CNBC, three years ago it was worth $13.4 billion.

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    Ramsey was named the company’s chief operating officer in December 2021 after more than 30 years at Tyson Foods.

    The manager’s attack coincides with a series of acts of violence in recent days in the United States. A week ago, an employee at a Chick-fil-A store in Florida confronted a suspected shoplifter after he took a woman’s car keys. After knocking down the subject, other colleagues from the store went to help him. The worker was recognized by local authorities.

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    Source: La Opinion

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