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San Diego man charged with biting off man's fingertip at Jay-Z and Beyonce concert

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Beyonce and Jay Z perform on Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2014, in San Francisco. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Mason Poole/Invision for Parkwood Entertainment

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Beyonce and Jay Z perform on Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2014, in San Francisco. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Mason Poole/Invision for Parkwood Entertainment

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - A San Diego man has pleaded not guilty to biting off a man's fingertip during a Jay-Z and Beyonce concert at Pasadena's Rose Bowl.

Twenty-five-year-old Roberto Garnica entered pleas Tuesday to mayhem, battery and battery with serious bodily injury.

He could face up to eight years in state prison if convicted.

Los Angeles County prosecutors say Garnica was at the concert on Saturday when he groped a woman and pushed her into some chairs, sparking a fight with her husband.

Authorities say Garnica punched the man and then bit off the tip of his left index finger.

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