Japanese mayor who bit gold medal says he will forfeit $13,000 of his salary to make amends

The mayor of Nagoya, Japan is sorry for biting softball pitcher Miu Goto's Olympic gold medal, and will forego $13,000 of his pay as a form of self-punishment.

From Insider:

According to Kyodo News, Kawamura was also accused of sexually harassing Goto, making remarks at the time such as: "Are you prohibited from having romantic relationships?"

The Nagoya government has received more than 7000 complaints about Kawamura's behaviour, while Toyota, the Japanese car manufacturer which owns the softball team Goto plays for, also called his acts "inappropriate" and "extremely regrettable."

Fortunately for Goto, the Olympic Committee is replacing her medal with one that is free of teeth marks.