When not watching one of the most boring World Cup matches in recent memory, Japanese soccer fans were watching the tattoo on the arm of Greece's Theofanis Gekas. The tattoo fail, that is.
A month ago, a pair of developers working for ArmA developers Bohemia Interactive were arrested by Greek authorities, who claimed the holiday snaps they were taking of a military installation were acts of espionage.
Earlier this month, news broke that two game developers were arrested in Greece for "spying". The developers had been working on ArmA III, a near future military game set on a Greek Island.
The Greek Island of Limnos, home to Hephaestus' forge and some spectacular beaches, is protesting their inclusion in upcoming shooter Arma 3.
Almost two millennia before the rest of humanity entered the industrial age, the Greek inventor Hero invented the steam engine, wind-powered machinery, and theories of light that couldn't be improved for centuries. And then he invented some really crazy stuff.