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Rafael Ramirez, Venezuela’s UN representative, confronted at a steakhouse in New York City, July 9, 2017.

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A diner at one of New York’s best-known steakhouses was bitten on the arm during a protest against the socialist government of Venezuela.

El Nuevo Herald reports that a woman was assaulted at Peter Luger Steak House in the South Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn on Sunday while she was dining with the Venezuelan representative to the UN, Rafael Ramirez.

Ramirez was approached by two activists, man and woman, who called him a “murderer” in Spanish, referring to the recent period of protests in Venezuela have have lasted more than 100 days and led to the deaths of over 90 people.

Later in the video, a woman can be shouting that someone tried to bite her and then saying, according to El Nuevo Herald, “we are calling the police. They are going to lock you up because he is a diplomat.”

Ramirez later tweeted about the incident, naming the activists and sharing pictures of them.

“They think…