Man Allegedly Bites Off Part Of Ex-Girlfriend's Toe

By: The Huffington Post Email
By: The Huffington Post Email
Shoe salesman Daniel Anaya, 27, is accused of breaking into his ex-girlfriend

Daniel Anaya, 27, has been charged with burglary, false imprisonment, interference with communications and aggravated battery against a household member.

(The Huffington Post) - Hey, it was just the tip.

Shoe salesman Daniel Anaya, 27, is accused of breaking into his ex-girlfriend's Santa Fe apartment and biting off the tip of her big toe, according to KOAT.

The girlfriend told police that on February 3, Anaya broke into the home the couple used to share on February 3 and asked her if he could smell her feet. When she said no, Anaya allegedly slammed her against a wall, forcibly removed her shoes and socks and began biting her left big toe. He chomped down so hard that his teeth went through the nail bed and down to the bone, according to The New Mexican.

The woman told officers she had broken up with Anaya in November because he had bitten her other big toe, KOAT reported. However, according to The New Mexican, it was the same toe.

“It's odd. Extremely odd," Santa Fe Police Captain Aric Wheeler told KOAT.

The alleged toe-biter was arrested Feb. 6 and charged with burglary, false imprisonment, interference with communications and aggravated battery against a household member.

Anaya is not the first man this year to be accused of biting off a woman's digits. In January, Florida man Ricardo Marquis Davis allegedly got into a fight with his girlfriend that resulted in him biting off her thumb.


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