Brendan Maloy
Friday June 27th, 2014

World Cup fever has taken an odd turn, as people cannot seem to get enough Luis Suarez after he bit an opponent for a third time in his career.

A video game company is capitalizing on the trend with a new game called La Mordida, Spanish for "The Bite," which allows players to take over for Suarez and bite their opponent for as long as possible without being caught by the referee. 

Unfortunately, some people cannot keep their Suarez role-playing in the digital realm, as a man who bears a striking resemblance to Uruguay's top scorer bit off the ear of another man in Manchester, England.

Greater Manchester Police

In summation, do satisfy your Suarez fascination by playing fun video games, don't run into the streets biting people. Got it? Good

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