Ontario driver bites pedestrian’s nose in road rage incident: police

A motorist in Kingston is charged with assault following a road rage incident on Canada Day. Kingston Police / File

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.

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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.

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They say the suspect surrendered to police Monday evening and was charged with assault.


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