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Florida Man Bites Wife's Butt During Argument

A man got into a lover's quarrel with his pregnant wife and, as things tend to go when couples argue, things got heated and people's feelings were hurt.

And by "things got heated," we mean he bit his wife's ass.

And by "people's feelings were hurt," we mean her ass was hurt.

Because her husband bit her. On the ass.

Stepfon Everton Muse, 30, of Palm Bay, Florida, was arrested and charged with aggravated battery after police say he bit his pregnant wife's backside during their argument.

Cops say they were called to the intersection of San Filippo Drive and Foundation Parkway on reports of a disturbance between a man and woman.

According to the report, the two sat in the car when the argument started. When Muse's wife tried to exit the car, he reached over and pulled her back down. He then struck her on the arm, and delivered the coup de grâce: he chomped on her ass.

The arriving officers searched the woman for signs of abuse, and found the incriminating evidence -- teeth marks on her ass.

Muse was then arrested and taken to the Brevard County Jail Complex where he was held without bond until his court hearing on Thursday, according to records.

This isn't the first time a lover's spat ended with someone biting someone else. Only in the past, it's been the man on the receiving end of the bite.

As in the case where a woman bit her boyfriend's penis for not having sex with her.

Or that other time when an escort bit her John's penis.

When you think about it, being bitten in the butt isn't so bad, after all.

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