Man hits bartender with car after his dog was not allowed inside

A Wisconsin man has been charged with a felony hit-and-run after striking a bartender with his car because he was not allowed to bring his dog inside the establishment.

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Kenneth D. Keaton, 50, reportedly intentionally struck the bartender at the Fin n’ Feather in Greenfield on March 14.

According to police, Keaton had been disruptive inside the Fin n’ Feather before he tried to bring his dog inside, the Journal Sentinel reported. The bartender told Keaton the dog was not allowed.

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Keaton reportedly went back outside. Eventually, the bartender, who was not identified, believed Keaton may have damaged his car and went to check. Once the bartender was outside, Keaton “gunned it” and accelerated his car into the bartender.

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The bartender was hit and flew up onto the car’s hood before Keaton fled the scene. The bartender sustained minor injuries.