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Soccer Player Banned From Tournament After “Fingering” Opponent

960The soccer field turned into a playground for some foreplay during the Chile vs. Uruguay match in South America’s Copa America tournament.

In an attempt to provoke opposing team member Edinson Cavani (or perhaps get it on with him, depending on your perspective), Chilean defender Gonzalo Jara whispered something into the Uruguay striker’s ear while simultaneously fingering him. Cavani reacted by tapping Jara on the face. Jara fell to the ground and Cavani was given his second yellow card (soccer term for penalty) for the slap, which resulted in Cavani’s removal from the game.

Although the referee didn’t see the forced backdoor entry, it was caught on camera complete with Spanish commentary. Watch Jara “toca la nalga” below. It’s quick, but he must have really gotten his digit in there good. Why else would Cavani be pulling out a wedgie afterwards?

https://youtu.be/v7Vqip3YzNY

Jara was banned from the rest of the tournament after officials found out about his middle finger offense.

This is the second time in a year that a pro soccer player has resorted to homosexual tactics to distract a member of the opposing team. As we reported last December, Lee Mansell of the Bristol Rovers planted a kiss on the lips of Gateshead FC player J.J. O’Donnell during a match.