Luis Suarez gets locked out
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] When you're Luis Suarez, forgetting your housekeys makes the nightly news.
The Uruguayan striker has been
signed by Barcelona to spearhead an attack that already boasts Lionel Messi and Neymar.
FIFA has banned Suarez for four months from any soccer-related
activities for biting Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini at the World Cup, but Suarez has already arrived in Spain, moving in with his in-laws in the small town of Castelldefels
outside of Barcelona.
TV crews and fans have gathered outside of his house. When Suarez forgot his keys to the house and had to ask his neighbor for a spare, fans got to pose with Suarez
for photos while the “excitement” made the news.
The lockout begins at the 1:50-minute mark of this video:
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