Fans Look to Get Bitten By Suarez

He may be back home in Uruguay, but Luis Suarez is still having a huge impact in Brazil after his infamous biting incident.

Well, not Suarez himself. But rather, his face.

Suarez ad.

An Adidas advertisement along Rio’s Copacabana Beach prominently features Suarez, mouth agape, ready to chomp. As you can see in the images below, tourists have taken notice, and are using the ad to get some memorable souvenir pictures…without the feat of actually getting bitten (photos by AP and Reuters).

Suarez ad. Suarez ad. Suarez ad. Suarez ad. Suarez ad.

Photo of the Day

World Cup: June 27, 2014

Obama watches the World Cup on Air Force One.

President Barack Obama, White House Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett and White House Senior Adviser Dan Pfeiffer, right, watch the World Cup soccer match between US and Germany in the conference room aboard Air Force One enroute to Minnesota, Thursday, June 26, 2014. (AP)

World Class Football, World Class Coiffures

What Makes a World Cup Footballer Great?

It takes a lot to be top-level footballer: Years of aerobic training, long hours of honing skills, plenty of time doing weight workouts, endless strategy sessions.

Don’t forget plenty of time at the hair dresser.

International superstar Christiano Ronaldo raised plenty of eyebrows in the Portugal-USA match Sunday with his finely etched sidewall hair-do. But he’s certainly not the only player in Brazil making a fashion statement on the top of his head.

Here’s a look at some others: (and if you see others that should be included, tweet them to #VOAfootball or send them to VOA’s football Facebook page)