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Old 07-23-2016, 05:19 PM   #1
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Pokemon Go is making some people leave their brains at home. A few days ago I was driving into town with my grandson, when some bearded fucker about 25YO walked straight off the sidewalk and in front of my car. I stopped with an inch to spare, yelled at him and he just waved at me and ran off with his phone still stuck to his face. I assumed he had been texting, but my grandson got a better look at the phone and said the guy was catching pokemons.


When I got home I Googled about Pokemon Go and read reports of some really stupid things happening over playing it. Like the woman who chased a pokemon up a tree in a New Jersey cemetery and who had to be rescued by a fire crew.
That's just great, some poor souls house might be on fire and they have to wait for the fire crew to rescue some silly pokecunt fuck to be rescued first.

Then there was the police cruiser that got rammed by an SUV driven by some dozy fucker who was playing pokemon while driving. What an idiot. There is a video of this on Youtube (not allowed post utside links here, but it's easy to find the video) caught by a police officers body cam.

Another guy rammed his car into a tree while playing pokemon. Asshole, the tree will win every time.

I intend to add more incidents here as I find them. Anyone else finding similar, please post them too. I can always do with a good rant!

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It's good to know that pokemon assholes are not restricted to Canada and the USA. In Bosnia, some people are wandering around near minefields looking for pokemons. Honestly it's true. Just Google something like "fucking retards playing pokemon go in minefield" and see for yourself.
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This one is just fucking great. I just read it on some news site:

"Pokemon Go nearly caused an international incident this week.

Two Canadian teenagers were apprehended by U.S. Border Patrol agents Thursday night after they inadvertently -- and illegally -- crossed the U.S.-Canada border while playing the location-based game on their phones, officials said.

The agents encountered the teens walking southbound from the Canadian province of Alberta, into Montana, while playing Pokemon Go, the Department of Homeland Security's U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency said in a statement."
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Brain dead is this guy. More brains in a barnyard rooster:

MASSACHUSETTS– 26 Year-Old Lamar Hickson is accused of causing one of the worst highway accidents after stopping in the middle of the highway to catch a Pikachu.

Lamar Hickson admitted to police that he was playing the newly released Pokemon app game know as “Pokemon Go” while driving. He said “Sh*t if you wanna catch them all you gotta risk it all so I put my car in park and started tossing these balls”.
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That little Pikachu pocket fucker has a lot to answer for:

"In New Hampshire, police said a man playing the game was robbed at knifepoint on Wednesday.
Police said a 24-year-old was walking down a bicycle path in Manchester when two people approached. One drew a knife and held it to the man’s throat, and the pair demanded his cellphone and wallet.
Officers later captured 29-year-old Raymond Lavigne and 26-year-old Michael Drake and charged them with armed robbery and resisting arrest. Lavigne also was charged with falsifying physical evidence because police say he discarded the phone. "
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French fuckwad enters a military base to catch a pokemon:

"Indonesian police say they have detained a French man who trespassed on a military base while playing the augmented reality game Pokémon Go.
A spokesman for West Java police said Romain Pierre, 27, was caught at a checkpoint on Monday evening after initially running away when challenged by security guards at the military complex in Cirebon.
Pierre was released a few hours later because it became apparent “he unintentionally entered the complex as he was hunting Pokémon while jogging,” the police spokesman, Col Yusri Yunus, said on Tuesday."
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Two Australian pokemon players mugged:

"Two Pokémon Go players have been mugged at gunpoint while playing the game in a New South Wales park at night.
The couple, both aged 29, drove to a skate park at Tahmoor at 7pm on Wednesday where they found their way blocked by a white ute after entering the car park.
It is alleged two men wearing balaclavas then sprang out and threatened the pair with a rifle before fleeing empty-handed."
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Two pokemon braindead fucks (a black guy and a white blond) broke into the tiger enclosure at a Toledo, Ohio zoo to catch a rare pokemon. Unfortunately, neither of these idiots was mauled, but they were arrested for trespassing.
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A Sex Offender Residence Is a Game Location!:

In Phoenix, one of the beacons in the game is at the New Windsor Hotel, which is an old hotel turned halfway house for dozens of registered sex offenders. According to KSAZ, it most likely showed up on the app because it’s on a list of historic places, but a search in the sex offender registry shows that it’s currently home to 43 registered sex offenders.
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A U.S. Soldier Fighting ISIS Catches Pokémon on the Front Line:

Former U.S. Marine Louis Park, who is currently fighting alongside Peshmerga soldiers in Iraq, posted a screenshot of a Squirtle on the front line, sitting on top of his machine gun. “Just caught my first pokemon on the Mosul front line by Teleskuf,” he wrote in the viral post, according to The Verge.
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An Anti-Gay Baptist Church Is Fighting LGBT Users in the Game. Recruited Jigglypuff (Jigglyfuckingpuff, that made me laugh) for their cause:

"There’s been an ongoing battle between the Westboro Baptist Church, which is known for its virulently anti-gay stances and hate speech, and the LGBT community. When one user realized the Kansas church was a gym in the app, he claimed it using a Pokémon named Clefairy and nicknamed it “LoveIsLove.” The Westboro Baptist Church made their own account in an attempt to take back the church in Pokémon Go. “We recruited Jigglypuff to deal with the sodomite loveislove Clefairy for us,” the church tweeted on Sunday, July 10."
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Somebody in Ireland jumping out in front of traffic to catch pokemons, maybe leprechan ones. Fucking death wish asshole:

"A man jumped out in front of traffic on a road in County Down, while playing Pokemon Go, police have said.
They said they received reports of the incident on the A2 at Holywood, on Thursday morning.
PSNI Ards wrote on Facebook: "Already this morning we had a reports of a male jumping out in front of traffic on the A2, Holywood. Can you guess why? I don't care how rare the Pokemon is, it's not worth your life.""
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Here is a good result for a change. Pokemon players in England came across thieves and called the cops:

"Police have hailed the actions of some enthusiastic Pokémon GO players after they reported an alleged theft in progress while they were out trying to catch 'em all.
South Yorkshire Police were called to the scene when a group of friends were seeking the tiny monsters on their mobiles.
The gamers, in the Wheatley area of Doncaster, spotted something they believed was suspicious in an industrial area.
The Operational Support team of South Yorkshire Police wrote on its Facebook page that they were "looking for those pesky little creatures on their app [and] travelled down a side road into an industrial [site] and saw something suspicious in a builders' yard.
Dilemma... search for Pokémon or call the cops?
Thankfully these budding search heroes called 999 to report what they had seen.
The spokesperson reports that police apprehended suspects leaving the yard carrying what they believe were stolen goods.
The Facebook post adds: "They were stealing decking, clearly wanting to enjoy the summer sunshine in luxury."
Two were arrested for a commercial burglary and were scheduled to be interviewed later.
The group of Pokémon enthusiasts gave statements before they were allowed to go."
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In Japan, an 18-year-old university student came too close to the walls of Kyoto Imperial Palace in western Japan and set off an alarm for trespassing.
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A pokemon twit on Twitter posted this:

"“Finally, it’s been released” and “I’m glad to be alive,”"

Whoopee, like there isn't any better reason or being glad to be alive? What a fucktarded way to have his priorities.
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I seen two neighbor girls about college age walking about obviously chasing pokemons, and I got talking to them for a minute and had a laugh with them. When they left to continue their hunt, I was left thinking how this pokemon craze is affecting normal people and making them into morons. I mean those girls are intelligent, bright and outgoing. One of them plays basketball for her college, the other one helps out with meals for the elderly in her spare time. Now they are walking targets, oblivious to the dangers of cell phone snatchers and pervs and here is why:

"The Pokemon Go craze is sweeping North America, but it can also be dangerous.
Delta Police say a 31-year-old New Westminster man is facing charges of sexual assault.
Acting Sergeant Sarah Swallow says a 19-year-old woman met the man on an online chat app, and arranged to meet him in Annieville Park last Wednesday so they could catch Pokemon together.
She says the man made sexual advances towards her, but was able to run away."

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Even males on the hunt for pokemons aren't safe from sexual predators:

"ATHENS, Ga. - Athens-Clarke County Police said a man was sexually assaulted by a stranger while playing the Pokémon game.
Police said the assault happened Tuesday at 4:30 in the morning when the 24-year-old victim was sitting in his car in a parking lot behind a gaming store on Gaines School Road.
Police said the suspect approached the victim and started asking about the popular gaming app that is sweeping the country since it was first released July 6. “He was approached by an unknown male. The male began asking if he was playing the game. The male reached out and touched the victim in the inner thigh and he started asking him sexual questions,” Sergeant Harrison Daniel said.
The victim said he did not call the police because the suspect had his hand in his pocket the entire time and the victim feared it was a gun."



Get that: "The victim said he did not call the police because the suspect had his hand in his pocket the entire time and the victim feared it was a gun."

More likely it was his cock and not a gun. The fucking pokemon dickwad should have punched the face off the perv and drove over him.
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Two Drunken Guys Crashed Their Cars While Playing Pokémon Go.

"In separate incidents early Saturday, two intoxicated Wisconsin motorists crashed their cars while playing Pokémon Go, investigators charge.
According to cops, the first accident occurred at 2:35 AM when Benjamin Schappe, 25, “failed to negotiate a curve” and struck a pole in Verona, a town outside Madison. Schappe was transported to a local hospital with “non-life-threatening injuries.”
Schappe, a Madison resident, was cited for drunk driving and inattentive driving.
At 6:27 AM, Jordan Speigle drove off the road and into a tree in Verona, according to the Dane County Sheriff’s Office. Speigle’s Mitsubishi Galant caught fire after the crash, but the 26-year-old was able to escape from the vehicle.
Speigle--who was treated for minor injuries at a local hospital--was cited for drunk driving and driving without insurance. "
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Woman steals 13-year-old's bike to catch more Pokemon.

"OAKFIELD, N.Y. (WROC-TV)
The Genesee County Sheriff's Office is reporting that Brandi-Lyn Heidenreich, 26, has been charged with petit larceny after she was arrested for allegedly stealing a 13-year-old's bicycle from behind a business.

According to deputies, the 13-year-old had stopped at the business to visit his mother at work when the larceny took place.
Deputies say Heidenreich, who is from Oakfield, allegedly took the bicycle so that she could get around faster while playing Pokemon Go.
She then took the bicycle to her house and left it there and was found walking in the area, deputies say.
According to deputies, the bicycle was returned to the 13-year-old and his mother."
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Four teenage boys in the UK had to be rescued by fire crews after becoming stuck 100ft underground while playing Pokemon Go.

"Damien Bence, from Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue, said the "intricate" caves have many junctions and cover an area of about 72 square miles.
He told the BBC: "The fire service doesn't have a statutory duty to enter underground systems, normally we would call on other experts such as mine rescue.
"But in this case there's lots of local experts and guides, and we used one of those. We managed to lower down water and radios so they could communicate with us.
"They were looking for these Pokemon creatures and surprisingly they didn't find any, but it's obviously leading people into dangerous situations, such as this, and things are likely to escalate if people are going to follow the rules of this game.""
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