The Greek Super League compare between PAOK and AEK Athens was halted when Ivan Savvidis, one of Greece’s richest men, walked on to the margin while wearing a holster that seemed to enclose a gun.
Flanked by bodyguards, the owners of PAOK interrupted the compare in criticism after a idea from his group was disallowed and announced offside in the 90th minute.
Although he did not mislay anything from the holster, the 58-year-old had to be calm while opposed arbitrate Giorgios Kominis.
Savvidis, who binds a gun licence, is now being investigated for illegal entrance on to the football margin and for possession of an intent that could means mistreat in a sporting venue.
The compare was deserted two hours after when AEK players refused to return to the field.
Greece’s sports apportion Giorgos Vasileiadis says joining play has been dangling indefinitely until there is “a new, transparent horizon concluded to by all so we can pierce brazen with conditions and regulations”.
Greek soccer games are frequently injured by assault – and a derby between PAOK and Olympiakos Piraeus was called off last month after the Olympiakos manager was hit by a hurl of paper thrown from the stands.