Man bit off bouncer’s finger after learning bar was closed: cops

An enraged man chomped off a bit of a bouncer’s finger when he was denied entry proper right into a Queens bar that had closed for the evening time, police talked about Wednesday.

The 37-year-old worker was closing the doorways to El California Sports Bar on Roosevelt Avenue in Elmhurst shortly after 4 a.m. on Feb. 16, when the stranger approached and tried to get in.

When the bouncer suggested him the bar was closed, the particular person began squabbling with him — after which bit off part of his pinky finger, cops talked about.

The suspect, whom police described as having a medium assemble, a goatee and darkish hair. He ran off east on Roosevelt Avenue. He was moreover carrying “a black jacket with Japanese iconography inscribed throughout.”

His sufferer was taken to Bellevue Hospital Center, when medical docs had been able to reattach his finger.

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