If you say so pal!
Is it really whingy to complain about unfair treatment? He's clearly been singled out and treated more harshly for an extremely light offence than practically any other player, and made to look like some kind of subnormal freak...when you suffer that in front of your kids and wife, I can completely understand the denial in the moment, or the mortification in front of his kids. Rather than whingy the comments strike me as logical. Re: the warnings it's clearly an impulsive behaviour, the way to treat such a thing is through treatment, warnings aren't going to do much on that front. And the societally acceptable bit is exactly the point, it's kinda funny that a little bit causes mass societal outrage, yet tackles that can literally deprive someone of their livelihood or worse are often met even with applause, and there's been very little general action on this front by football's governing bodies.
Isn't it? It's needed perspective, that this boy has been made a pariah and made into a kind of grotesque villain for not being able to refrain from an ultimately harmless impulse, whereas the same people who have made him a pariah and punished him so heavy handedly haven't done so with far, far more serious cases. I would say it's totally relevant, I can't imagine what would be more relevant to the discussion tbh.
In short, let's face it, the treatment of Suárez was an entirely self-serving action so to avoid 'looking bad' from a rather terrible organisation.