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NANJING, CHINA - JANUARY 10: (CHINA OUT) A sign reading "No Entry For Dogs" is seen outside the Confucius Temple on January 10, 2007 in Nanjing of Jiangsu Province, China. The city has launched a campaign to remove stray dogs from its streets. According to state media, China has intensified dog control as rabies cases increased in 2006. Rabies has killed more people in China than either tuberculosis or AIDS in each of the preceding seven months last year, the Health Ministry said, prompting a crackdown in the capital and several provinces to control unregistered dogs. In the first nine months of 2006, the health ministry recorded 2,254 rabies infections in people, up 26.69 percent on the same period in 2005. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)

A guy in Wisconsin got angry back in March when a bartender told him he couldn’t bring his dog into a bar . . . so he HIT the bartender with his car.  He was just arrested for a felony hit-and-run.

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He wasn't allowed to bring his dog inside a bar. Then he rammed the bartender with his car, police say.

A Milwaukee man has been charged with intentionally hitting a bartender with his car after he was told not to bring his dog into a Greenfield tavern. Kenneth D. Keaton, 50, faces a felony count of hit-and-run causing injury after a March encounter with the bartender, at the Fin n' Feather, 4060 W.