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Flatulence leads to felony assault charge


An Austin man, accused of kicking his brother in the head after he passed gas, has pleaded not guilty to domestic assault, the Rochester Post Bulletin reports.

The charge is considered a felony based on 33-year-old Hector Alonzo Estrada's previous legal history, and it carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine, the newspaper reports.

According to court documents, Estrada is accused of kicking his brother and then leaving through a back door, the newspaper reports.

Police say they followed Estrada's footprints in the snow to a nearby McDonald's restaurant, where he was arrested.

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