Not everybody loves Pokemon Go. Actually, the game looks harmless and might be fun (I wouldn't know - but when you adapt Call of Duty the same way, call me.) The problem is - some people are playing it in peoples backyards. Without the homeowners permission.

I see this coming to a head somewhere in Texas.

Until that happens, according to Time Magazine online, a Michigan couple living in St. Clair Shores, near Detroit, is suing the Pokemon Go creators and Nintendo after people playing Pokemon Go turned their neighborhood into “a nightmare.” Apparently, players were blocking their cul-de-sac with their vehicles and trespassing on their lawn while looking for Pokemon characters.

Hmm, sounds like a good place to play.

Here's the story.

 

 

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