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DANVILLE, Ky. (AP) Police natural gas bbq grills say a female ended up being hit with a hot flying brisket whenever a contestant's temper flared within a beef over any shared cooker with a central Kentucky barbecue festival.

Danville police say they were called to the Kentucky State BBQ Festival following a dispute was reported between contestants have been sharing the cooker Sunday.

Mary Berry involving Bardstown advised officers she ended up being hit in the shoulder, neck along with head by the slab of hot meat, which usually was estimated being in between 200 and 250 degrees when it was thrown.

Police mentioned 42-year-old Mike Owings of Cunningham informed officers he threw the particular brisket because he lost his temper nevertheless "didn't suggest for anyone to have hurt."

Now, police say he faces a new misdemeanor charge regarding wanton endangerment.

Posted Sep 15, 2015 at 11:52pm



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