The striker appeared to headbutt Thiago Motta in the aftermath of Saturday's game and his compatriot has slammed his behaviourParis Saint-Germain defender David Luiz labelled Brandao's alleged headbutt on Thiago Motta as unacceptable.
The Brazilian forward appeared to headbutt Motta in the tunnel after PSG's 2-0 win over Bastia in Ligue 1 on Saturday.
PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has called for Brandao to be hit with a lengthy ban following the incident, and Luiz believes players have a responsibility to set a good example for young fans - something to which Brandao failed to adhere.
"We have a great job in the world to show a good example inside and outside the pitch. I think many kids in the world want to be us so they know about everything," he said.
"That is not part of football. I don't agree with this.
"Sometimes on the pitch you are more vulnerable with something and they speak bad things, but that's normal in football.
"But when you wait for someone outside the pitch to do a bad thing. I think that's not [acceptable]. That's not part of football.
"So I'm not happy with this because after that everyone in the world knows about this and like I told you that's so important when you give a nice example for the kids."