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It's one of 290 Pokemon-related incidents logged by UK police in July.
Another pedestrian was also injured in the crash.
A fat and sleepy pocket monster prompted a weekend scene in Taiwan that resembled what you might imagine the Apocalypse to look like. Pokemon Go trainers in the capital city of Taipei apparently cause...
Officials fear that the game could be used to lure victims.
The NSW government has had enough of the game at Hyde Park.
PokéStop(ped)... After crashing through a fence and into a building.
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Local residents compare the horde to something from a zombie movie.
Gotta catch all those customers.
Combining Google Maps and virtual reality, Pokémon GO uses real locations to encourage players to catch Pokémon with their phones. Using geolocation, a player’s smartphone vibrates when a Pokémon is in their vicinity... therein lies the key to its addictiveness.
Only this morning my space-bubble was burst when the commuter beside me turned to capture a Pokémon that had apparently come to rest on my lap. Now, someone pointing their phone in that direction is disconcerting at the best of times, but 8am on the the 144 is definitely a no-Pokémon GO zone.