Luis Suarez managed to grab the headlines for all the wrong reasons during today's World Cup action when he appeared to bite Italian opponent, Giorgio Chiellini during Uruguay's vital 1-0 win over Italy.
Since then it is fair to say the Liverpool striker has received a barrage of abuse from onlookers for his actions, with FIFA themselves also confirming that they plan to investigate the incident in full over the coming days.
The world of American sport wasn't going to be left behind in having their say on the controversial soccer star however, with the likes of female player Alex Morgan and several NFL and MLB players taking to social media to offer unique solutions to Suarez's continued issues.
Brent Grimes, the two-time Pro Bowler currently playing for the Miami Dolphins in the NFL, had a solution for Sepp Blatter as the world waits to see if they punish Suarez:
"3 times??? FIFA gonna make Suarez play with the Bane mask on next game," wrote the cornerback.
That would certainly be one method to restrict Suarez, whose actions in the crucial World Cup game could see him handed an unprecedented third ban for a biting related incident.
Most recently the Uruguayan was banned by the FA for nine games having bitten Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic during an English Premier League fixture. And the striker also served a suspension earlier in his career, after biting an opponent whilst playing for Ajax in Holland.
USWNT get in on the act
Grimes was joined in mocking Suarez in the aftermath of the game by stars of the United States Women's Soccer team.
Alex Morgan simply thanked her lucky stars that there wasn't a biter in the women's game, whilst her teammate Sydney Leroux went a step further.
The 24-year-old at first thought she had discovered Suarez's philosophy with the game was stuck at 0-0:
"Suarez going with the 'if you can't beat them eat them' approach," she told her Twitter followers.
Leroux then tweeted a photoshopped image of Suarez dressed as Hannibal Lector in preparation for his next match clearly making her thoughts clear on his display.
Not Helping Himself
Suarez is coming off the back of his best year in English football, having scored 31 goals in 34 league games for Liverpool. But the season began with the striker sitting out the Merseyside club's first seven games after being found guilty of biting Ivanovic at the tail end of the 2012-13 campaign.
After winning the PFA Player's Player of the Year Award earlier this year, and netting two goals in his first 2014 World Cup outing against England, Suarez has seen his stock rise to such an extent that he has been discussed as one of the best players in the world. His actions Tuesday however have once again seen controversy surround the player.
It remains to be seen how the sport's governing body deal with the incident but it is fair to say much of the sporting world has already made their mind up.