Tonya Knight went to the mall to get a bite to eat -- not knowing that the first course would be her finger.
The 42-year-old Philly resident got in a bloody scuffle with two people after parking her car at the Cherry Hill Mall in New Jersey, police told the Daily News.
At some point just before 5 p.m., one of the suspects got in Knights face and shoved her. Knight's finger wound up in the suspect's mouth.
"I can feel she's biting down. She let me go and I looked at my finger and said, 'Yo, what the f---? You bit my finger off,'" Knight told the paper from her hospital bed. "She said, 'That's what you get for taking the parking spot, you bitch.'"
To be sure, the tip of Knight's right index finger was nearly severed. She fled into Nordstrom to escape her attackers.
"There was a lot of blood. I feel bad for Nordstrom's because it was all over the floor," she said.
Knight remains in stable condition at the hospital, but she worries she'll lose her finger for good.
Police are looking for the alleged finger biter (pictured), and describe her as a black female in her mid-thirties, with a heavy-set build and driving an older model Audi sedan, NBC Philadelphia reports. Anyone who witnessed the incident or has any information about the suspect's identity to contact the Cherry Hill Police Dept. at 856-488-7828.