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Conn. Woman Bitten After 'Bite Me' Remark
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A worker at the Connecticut Police Academy got into an argument with a man. She is an analyst at the academy, but the man called her a clerk. She says she responded by telling him, "bite me." She probably did not expect the man to take the invitation literally. And her antagoist, a former police captain, is accused of disorderly conduct.

STEVE INSKEEP, host:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. A worker at the Connecticut Police Academy got into an argument with a man. She's an analyst at the academy but the man called her a clerk. She says she responded by telling him, Bite me. She probably did not expect the man to take the invitation literally. And her antagonist, a former police captain, is now accused of disorderly conduct. The police report filed after the incident says the woman had teeth marks on her left arm.

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