http://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/2015/10/south_carolina_woman_bites_off.html A North Charleston, S.C. woman reportedly bit off the tongue of a man who attempted to sexually assault her in her home early Friday morning. The woman, 33, told police someone knocked on her door at around 6:30 a.m., but no one was outside, WCSC reported.She went back to bed and someone continued to knock and ring her doorbell. When she returned to the door, she found a man standing to the side of her house. He held a knife with a white handle to his chest. Before she could run away, the man forced himself in her home, pushed her to the floor and punched her several times. According to the report, the man asked where her bedroom was and proceeded to carry her there. The woman kicked the man in the groin when he tried to take his shorts off. That's when the man allegedly said: "Now you have to die!" and put his tongue in her mouth. The woman said she "bit his tongue as hard as she could until she heard it snap," according to the report. She threw his tongue on the kitchen floor. The woman left the house and drove to a local business to call police. The man was still in her house when she left. The suspect was apprehended later at a North Charleston Waffle House after his mother called 911. Police collected the man's tongue and put it on ice.