If you thought Mike Tyson had some biting issues, you haven't see Luis Suarez of Uruguay yet.

Suarez is apparently a bit of a dirty player (no pun intended!). Over the past few years he has been suspended for a total of 17 games for various biting incidents on the field.

It all started back in 2010 when he got into an on field argument with Otman Bakkal in the Dutch Eredivisie and bit him on the shoulder. And bit him hard!

Suarez got a seven-game suspension for that one, but he still couldn't keep his teeth to himself. Just last year he chomped on Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic during a Premier League match.

That bite earned Suarez a 10-game suspension, but apparently didn't quite teach him his lesson. Cause just today in World Cup action the Uruguay forward brought the bite back, attacking Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini late into Uruguay’s final group game.

Perhaps lucky for Suarez, the bite wasn't seen by refs this time and no red card was shown. Though as anyone can see from photos below, Chiellini's shoulders has bite marks and Suarez clearly hurt his teeth this time.

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Though FIFA is likely to investigate the incident, Uruguay did go on to win the match, eliminating Italy from the World Cup.