After creating controversy by yet again biting an opponent during a 1-0 victory over Italy, Uruguayan forward Luis Suarez has announced that he plans to release a version of the popular children’s game, Hungry Hungry Hippos, replacing the iconic animals with snapping heads of the 27-year-old Liverpool star player, who had previously become infamous for biting incidents in 2010 and again in 2013.

The game, slated to be called “Super Supper Suarez,” will also replace the game’s famous white pearls with a combination of miniature soccer balls and images of shoulders and arms of other players. Suarez plans on marketing and selling the game for the foreseeable future while he faces likely suspension from FIFA for the rest of the World Cup.

Jeff GoodSmith