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

Sean SwabyUK 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]