Luis Suarez bite: 10 best memes doing the rounds after Uruguay striker's latest controversial incident
How the Internet reacted to this World Cup's most shocking moment
The footballing world remains in shock after Luis Suarez appeared to bite an opponent for the third time, after he allegedly sunk his teeth into Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini during Uruguay's 1-0 win over Italy on Tuesday.
From every angle it looked like the Liverpool striker bit the Italian, and he now faces being thrown out of the 2014 World Cup, and given a lengthy world-wide ban after Fifa confirmed it was investigating the incident.
Suarez has until 9pm this evening (UK time) to respond to the charge.
Read more: Italy 0 Uruguay 1 match report
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As ever, the Internet has been flooded with the most humorous memes. Here are 10 of the best....
Video: Luis Suarez bites Giorgio Chiellini
Suarez received a 10-match ban for biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic in 2012, and a seven-match ban for biting PSV midfielder Otman Bakkal in 2010.
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