Russian security researchers appear to have hacked a cash machine and used it to play a game of Angry Birds.
In a video, first picked up by SC Magazine, posted on YouTube by Positive Technologies' Dmitry Evteev, a man is seen carrying out a normal transaction at an ATM.
Then, with a few taps of the touchscreen he seems to be able to instruct the machine to print off a series of PANs (primary account numbers) which could be of use to crooks.
However, the hacker seems more intent on fun than theft, and with a few more taps on the screen pulls up a game of Angry Birds and begins training his eye on some bad piggies.
This is not the first time that Russians have combined Angry Birds with money; last year the game's developer Rovio teamed up with Promsvyazbank on a popular branded debit card.