Wrong 'Suarez' Abused on Twitter After Luis Suarez Bites Giorgio Chiellini

Sean Swaby@seanswabyUK Staff WriterJune 24, 2014

Uruguay's Luis Suarez, right, holds his teeth after running into Italy's Giorgio Chiellini's shoulder during the group D World Cup soccer match between Italy and Uruguay at the Arena das Dunas in Natal, Brazil, Tuesday, June 24, 2014. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)
Petr David Josek/Associated Press

It wasn't a good day to own the "Suarez" name on Twitter. 

Luis Suarez allegedly bit Giorgio Chiellini during Uruguay's win over Italy, causing an uproar and a huge backlash toward the Uruguayan lightning rod. 

Much of the abuse was hurled at Twitter user @Suarez. This was very unfortunate for Diego Suarez of Buenos Aires, owner of the account.   

NO SOY LUIS SUAREZ, HAY MUCHOS SUAREZ EN EL MUNDO, NO SOY LUIS SUAREZ POR FAVOR

— Diego Suarez (@Suarez) June 24, 2014

Per the Mirror, this translates to: "I am not Luis Suarez, there are many Suarezs in the world, I am not Suarez please." 

In another tweet (which contains some colourful, NSFW language), he pleaded: "Please don't mention me. I'm not Luis Suarez. And I dislike to bite people..."

Some of the publishable vitriol directed in Diego Suarez's direction:  

@Suarez stop biting people you filth bag. You should retire.

— Chopchop16 (@chopchop16) June 24, 2014 

@Suarez you don't deserve to be. Footballer at all...... What an useless player. I wonder the kinda training you are giving to ur children.

— DopeBoiRozay (@Hillykrozz) June 24, 2014

In short, Diego Suarez has a message for those who want to have their say with the Suarez of the biting variety: Please send comments to @Luis16Suarez, home of Uruguayan footballer Luis Suarez. 

[Twitter, h/t Mirror]