Texas Man Charged With Biting Hospital Security Guard

He allegedly also hit his girlfriend who was recovering from having a baby.

A hospital security guard at a Texas hospital was allegedly bitten by man, who is also accused of hitting the mother of his newborn child in a Christus Spohn Hospital South room Tuesday.

Corpus Christi Police arrested Matthew Johnson, 28, for assaulting his 25-year-old girlfriend, who was recovering after having a baby and for biting the 56-year-old male security guard, according to KiiTV.

Johnson allegedly accused his girlfriend of sleeping with the hospital staff and punched her in the back of the head after she returned from the nursery.

Security reportedly asked Johnson to leave the hospital, but he refused, getting into a struggle and allegedly biting the guard on the upper leg.

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