Luis Suarez's vampiric escapade at this year's World Cup in Brazil was one of the bigger news stories to come out of the tournament. The result was a months long ban and a move to Barcelona for the player who - while talented - too often lets his emotions, and his teeth, get the better of him.
Now he's at it again. In virtual reality.
A number of players of EA's new football sim FIFA 15 have noticed that the digital version of Suarez just can't stop himself from chomping on other players - even though he's actually banned from the career mode of the game, just like in real life:
FIFA 15 is so realistic pic.twitter.com/U1MifWKrAc— Dan Ruch (@djruch10) September 25, 2014
Was playing the FIFA 15 Demo earlier got to say its pretty damn realistic pic.twitter.com/SJ3mnUKS2L— ManCityArmy1894 (@ManCityArmy1894) September 10, 2014
Yes, it's likely that this is just the glitchy FIFA graphics and physics engine playing up again - it wouldn't be the first time.
But it's nice to see too that EA's commitment to realism extends to the darker side of the sport, even if it's only by accident...