A woman bit another female diner’s arm in an unprovoked attack at the famed Peter Luger steakhouse in New York City, the NY Daily News reports.
The woman who was bitten was reportedly dining with the Venezuelan representative to the United Nations, according to a Venezuelan news outlet.
The UN rep, Rafael Ramirez, says he was eating with his family when two activists confronted him over the dire economic situation in his country.
Police were called to the steakhouse Sunday after a 50-year-old woman reported being bitten by a stranger.
Though there were several videos taken of the activists yelling there is no footage of the alleged bite.
Rafael Ramirez en el Peter Luger Steak House, el restaurante de carne más caro de Nueva York. Esta fue su reacción pic.twitter.com/XACALGWgmE
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Police say there have been no arrests.
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Hours after the attack Ramirez took to Twitter to decry what had happened to him, writing in Spanish that, “Two [people] attacked me and my family: Gabriel Manzano and Tatiana Low. We put them in their place. They hid behind a child. Justice will be served.”
The NYPD said that Low was a suspect in the biting, but she and Manzano could not be reached for comment.
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