During a 2–2 draw with Chelsea in a Premier League match at Anfield, Suárez bit Branislav Ivanović, the second time he has bitten an opponent.
The incident was not seen by the officials, and Suárez subsequently scored an equaliser in injury time.
The incident caused such an uproar that Prime Minister David Cameron called upon the FA to take a hard line with Suárez and as such, the FA charged him with violent conduct and he was fined an undisclosed sum by his club.
A series of co-ordinated terrorist bombings strike London’s public transport system during the morning rush hour. Three bombs exploded within fifty seconds of each other on three London Underground trains. A fourth bomb exploded on a bus an hour later in Tavistock Square. 52 civilians are killed and over 700 people were injured.
American-born film director Stanley Kubrick dies at his home in St Albans, Hertfordshire, of a heart attack aged 70, five days after completing his final film Eyes Wide Shut, which is released in July.
Reports emerge in the early hours of the morning that Diana, Princess of Wales, has been injured in a car crash in Paris which has claimed the life of Dodi Fayed, the Harrods heir. Within four hours, it is confirmed that Diana has died in hospital as a result of her injuries. The United Kingdom and much of the rest of the world is plunged into widespread mourning.