The World Cup was shocked this Tuesday (June 24) as Uruguay star Luis Suarez bit an opponent team player for the third time in his career, this time sinking his teeth into Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini.
Suarez is facing a lengthy ban from the World Cup and has severely marred his reputation yet again, even getting criticized by Bruce Springsteen.
Caught up by TMZ for a brief chat, the Boss said, "There probably should be [a rule for biting in the World Cup]. Biting has no place in sports."
Bruce also jokingly agreed that Mike Tyson's infamous bite should be "the last one."
As for Suarez, the Liverpool forward's lawyer dubbed his biting stint "casual play." Luis played a great season this year, but is obviously facing inner demons and issues, apart from a potential 24-game ban, the highest one in World Cup history.