Uruguay's Luis Suarez develops bad habit on the field

Uruguay's Luis Suarez (9) holds his teeth after running into Italy's Giorgio Chiellini's shoulder during the group D World Cup soccer match between Italy and Uruguay. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)

It seems that Uruguay's Luis Suarez has developed a bit of a bad habit on the soccer field -- he's a biter.

Suarez has bitten another soccer player, bringing his grand total of biting incidents up to three now. Check out the first two:

These incidents are raising questions with soccer fans everywhere:

1. Does his unusual, violent method make Suarez a sociopath, or is he just misunderstood?

2. Is it zombies?

3. Do we still love Luis Suarez despite these incidents?

4. Who will be next?

You can decide for yourself, or see what Fusion Soccer editor George Quraishi has to say on the matter.
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