Pokemon Go leads teen to find dead body
Pokemon Go is dangerous!
First, 26 Year-Old Lamar Hickson from Massachusetts is blamed for creating one of the most noticeably bad interstate mishaps subsequent to halting amidst the thruway to get a Pikachu.
Lamar Hickson confessed to police that he was playing the recently discharged Pokemon application diversion know as “Pokemon Go” while driving. Charges against Hickson are still unknown, as no one was genuinely harmed yet this raises worries about future mishaps. We see more and more augmented reality games and this kind of accidents will appear more frequently too!
Then, another teen has found a dead body skimming in a stream near the place she grew up while playing Pokemon Go. Shayla Wiggins, a 19-year-old Riverton, Wyoming occupant, found a man drifting in the Wind River early at the beginning of today when attempting to get pokémon from a “characteristic water asset,” she told KTVQ.com. Wiggins called 911 and neighborhood police landed on the scene to recover the body. The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office affirmed the disclosure in a public statement given to The Verge. It prominently avoids the expression “Pokémon Go
It’s presumable somebody would have found the body had Wiggins not been hunting down pokémon around 8:30AM. Still, it’s very surprising that a versatile amusement — though one that urges clients to go outside and investigate this present reality — is bringing about such differing encounters, both lovely and offensive.
Catch them all? Maybe not.