KINGSTON, Ont. – Police are calling it a case of road rage.
A 58-year-old Kingston, Ont., motorist is accused of biting a pedestrian who yelled at him.
Investigators say the pedestrian was trying to cross a street on the afternoon of July 1, when the accused allegedly ran a red light.
They say the pedestrian yelled at the driver, who allegedly got out of his car, lunged at the pedestrian and bit him on the nose.
They say the suspect surrendered to police Monday evening and was charged with assault.
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