Twitter fans raged with #ThingsSuarezCantDo in the wake of the Uruguayan forward getting a four month ban, a suspension which stretches to 'any kind of football-related activity'.
Twitter users have been quick to jump on the particular wording of FIFA's statement, which comes nearly 2 days after the incident between Uruguay and Italy at the World Cup, the Metro reported.
Making it all comic, Twitter users hyped the 'football-related activity' part, and mentioned activities which are somehow related to football. Here are some #ThingsSuarezCantDo:
— The SPORT Bible (@TSBible) June 26, 2014
#ThingsSuarezCantDo return someone's football if it lands in his back garden
— (@RYY__RYY) June 26, 2014
— Andy Armsby (@AndyArmsby) June 26, 2014
— James Campbell (@jcampbelljav) June 26, 2014
Sleep in his World Cup duvet and curtain set #ThingsSuarezCantDo
— James Galvin (@thegalviniser) June 26, 2014
#ThingsSuarezCantDo Collect Panini stickers..
— TheLADBible (@TheLadBible) June 26, 2014
— MatchPint (@MatchPint) June 26, 2014