There is a 31-year-old man in Italy who has been arrested and charged for playing Pokemon Go during the lock put in place by their direction. In Italy, people are in detention and should not leave their homes unless it is absolutely necessary. Anyone who leaves his house without a valid reason can be charged with the police and this fanatic of Pokemon Go is probably the most legendary provocative Italians. Pokemon Go is now available on mobile, with recent changes facilitating things for not having to leave the house to catch your favorite Pokémon.
When the 31-year-old man was arrested by the police, he played Pokemon Go with his daughter. According to the Italian publication Leggo, when asked what they did, he replied, “I have to hunt the Pokémon.” Although no one should be encouraged to play outside during a lockout, Niantic has actively warned his fans to avoid this public game right now. More than 43,000 other Italian citizens have been charged for deficient to lock since its implementation on March 9.
Niantic officially canceled Safari Pokemon Go and other events that were previously for their mobile game until the global pandemic continues. Although the game is more playable from home than ever, players who have a Nintendo Switch may want to consider Pokemon Sword or Shield until they can comfortably pass from one pokestop to another. One of the few things that mobile players still can not do from home in Pokemon Go is legendary raids and battles in the gym, but brave a virus to accomplish these things is reckless.
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