Footie fans want `banned` Suarez on jungle-based reality show
London: Football fans want banned Uruguay striker Luis Suarez to be on jungle based reality television show `I`m A Celebrity` on ITV and chomp his way through kangaroo balls and crocodile penises.
The fans have reportedly started an online petition to get Suarez on ITV`s show after he was banned from all football-related activity by FIFA for biting Giorgio Chiellini`s shoulder during Uruguay`s 1-0 victory over Italy in their group match.
According to The Mirror, James Jones wrote on Twitter that Suarez should be lined up for the next series, the striker could prove that there`s nothing he won`t have a go at eating.
Another fan Dan Thomas reportedly tweeted that if Suarez goes in the jungle he`d have no problem eating crocodile d***.
A source reportedly revealed that `I`m A Celebrity` would do wonders for Suarez and his image, adding that he would of course be picked on for trials,
ITV`s I`m A Celebrity is a jungle based reality show where up to 12 celebrities live together in a jungle environment for a few weeks without any luxuries and compete to be crowned king or queen, the report added.
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