1. HITLER WHOOPS

    Soccer Star Banned for Nazi Salute

    AEK Athens midfielder Giorgos Katidis raises his hand in what appears to be a Nazi style salute, as his teammate Roger Guerreiro looks on, as he celebrates scoring the winning goal in a Greek league game against Veria in Athens' Olympic Stadium, Saturday, March 16, 2013. AEK won the game 2-1. There has been no official reaction yet to the gesture, which has raised a storm of protest on the Internet. (AP Photo/INTIME)

    INTIME-AP

    Yep, that’s why you don’t do that. A Greek soccer player has been banned for life for celebrating with a Nazi salute after scoring a goal on Saturday. Giorgos Katidis will no longer suit up for the national team after the heads of Greek soccer ruled that the salute was “a deep insult to all victims of Nazi brutality.” But wait! Katidis says that when he ripped off his shirt and exposed both his muscles and his supposedly pro-Hitler views, he really didn't mean any harm. Apparently he didn’t know that that motion was a Nazi gesture. Do soccer players follow politics?

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