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FIFA investigating Uruguay's Luis Suarez bite
FIFA has officially charged Uruguay's Luis Suarez with biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini in the teams' World Cup match, a process that could lead to a suspension for Uruguay's best offensive player.
Uruguay advanced by beating Italy 1-0 on Tuesday. One minute before the decisive goal, Suarez clashed with Chiellini and was caught by television cameras apparently biting his left shoulder.
Chiellini came up showing off the apparent bite marks, but match referee Marco Rodriguez of Mexico appeared not to see the incident and took no action.
Earlier in his career, the 27-year-old Suarez was suspended in the Netherlands and England for biting opponents. He didn't confirm or deny biting Chiellini, but said he was angry that the Italian defender had hit him in the eye during the game.
"These are things that happen on the pitch, we were both in the area, he thrust his shoulder into me," Suarez said in Spanish. "These things happen on the pitch, and we don't have to give them so much (importance)."
FIFA's disciplinary panel "is responsible for sanctioning serious infringements which have escaped the match officials' attention," the governing body said in a statement.
Twitter users responded with vampire jokes and photoshopped pictures (as you'd expect).
A notable tweet came from former boxer Evander Holyfield, who was once the victim of an ear biting incident during a fight against Mike Tyson. He posted: "I guess any part of the body is up for eating."
A ruling will be announced before Uruguay plays Colombia on Saturday.
Airline sends man to Grenada instead of Granada
Edward Gamson, a dentist from Maryland, is suing British Airways after a mistake off by one letter sent him on a 4,000 mile detour.
He booked a first-class ticket with a British Airways agent over the phone, and claims he said Granada, Spain. But British Airways instead sent Gamson and his partner to Grenada — with an E — in the Caribbean.
He didn't notice anything wrong because his e-tickets did not have the airport code or the duration of his flight printed.
About 20 minutes after departure from a layover in London, he looked at the in-flight map and asked the flight attendant, "Why are we headed west to go to Spain?"
The response: "Spain? We're going to West Indies."
British Airways originally offered Gamson and his travel companion $376 each, plus 50,000 miles, but Gamson told NBC News that the cost of the missed trip, including hotels, trains and tours, cost more than $34,000.
The flight crew was very accommodating and tried to help as much as possible, Gamson said. He said they told him the same thing had happened a week before.
Local bear chase makes tracks across social media
After chasing a bear for hours on Tuesday, officials are no longer searching and said the bear is not a threat to humans and will leave people alone as long as they don't bother it.
But the bear continues to make tracks across
social media. The Internet Memes have been rolling in.
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