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Ear Bitten Off In Seattle Fight

SEATTLE (AP) - Police say a man's ear was bitten off in a fight Thursday night in Seattle.
    
The incident began with the suspect urinating in a yard.
    
He fought with a man who asked him to leave and bit off a large portion of his left ear.
    
Officers found a 21-year-old suspect near Cal Anderson Park with his mouth covered in blood. He was jailed for investigation of assault.
    
The ear was not found and the suspect refused to say whether he swallowed it.

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