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Pokemon Go exposes this cheating boyfriend

Pokemon Go exposes this cheating boyfriend

July 15, 2016

Niantic’s Pokemon Go, the wildly popular augmented reality smartphone game has been in the news from the time it has been released on July 6. The game has been responsible for everything right from a teen stumbling upon a dead body to a string of robberies. This time it is responsible for a heartbreak!

Evan Scribner, a Sunnyside, Queens resident told the New York Post that during a visit to his ex’s place in Bushwick last week, the thrill of the hunt overcame him and he opened up the app to catch a Pokemon bat. However, he didn’t take the game’s advanced GPS tagging capabilities into account when he decided to open Pokémon Go and start playing it while at his ex-girlfriend’s house in Bushwick.

“She saw that I had caught a Pokémon while at my ex’s house,” he told the NYC. When Scribner’s then (current) and now ex-girlfriend asked why he had been in his ex’s neighbourhood, he was unable to come up with a good excuse.

“She found out last night [Sunday night] at my house and hasn’t contacted me since then.” Scribner added of his lost love.

I say he had it coming!
Source: Techworm


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