Zebre's hooker was sent off for an horrific bite against Connacht - the 'Zebre bite' as it is to henceforth be known.
Playing rugby is a hungry business. It's well known that rugby players have to load up in order to bulk up as part of their extensive training regimes. Dietitians will map out players' food patterns and prescribe in detail what sort of foods they are to consume and when on a daily basis. There's a lot of detail in these plans, no doubt, and there is undoubtedly the potential to get a bit confused as to just what one is supposed to chow on, and when.
Like the Zebre hooker Oliviero Fabiani during his side's match against Connacht, who went all Luis Suarez on it during the first half of the Champions Cup clash.
The Zebre bite
Big ban heading the way of Zebre's hooker... Disgraceful...
— RugbyInsideLine (@RugbyInsideLine) October 23, 2016
Taking the phrase 'bite in the tackle' to new levels. Chances are we won't be seeing that lad in action for some time.