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A slice of Suarez?

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If you don't like olives this is probably not for you.

Food artist Prudence Staite, who runs Food is Art from Pamington, Gloucester, knocked up the pizza portrait of Luis Suarez as a tongue-in-cheek tribute to the player who bit Branislav Ivanovic, this week.

It includes with scotch bonnet chillies, black olives (by the bucket load), peppers, red onion, and a spicy ham face - inspired by the player's roots in Uruguay, South America.

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