World Cup’s Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez is known for getting into trouble for biting his opponents — a quality joyously mocked by the masses of the internet, because biting opponents is funnier than the fact that he’s a racist. 

So far, he has been suspended three times for biting opponents, earning him the privilege of being featured in this dramatic interpretation by Lee Hardcastle. As we’ve previously mentioned, Lee Hardcastle has brought us amazing claymation classics like Die Hard (with Tetris), Evil Dead II (with cats), The Thing (with penguins) and Ghostbusters Vol. 3 as directed by Quentin Tarantino.

And now, Luis Suarez. Biting people. Honestly, this seems like a more reasonable scientific explanation than his poor impulse-control being exaggerated in intense sport situations.