Find Out How 'Pokémon Go' Already Ruined a Relationship

NEW YORK, NY - JULY 11: Chris Hamilton plays Pokemon Go on his smartphone outside of Nintendo's flagship store, July 11, 2016 in New York City.  The success of Nintendo's new smartphone game, Pokemon Go, has sent shares of Nintendo soaring. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Find Out How 'Pokémon Go' Already Ruined a Relationship

Helpful tip: Don't play this game while you're cheating on your girl.

Published July 13, 2016

The world of Pokémon has roared back with the innovation of the smartphone game Pokémon Go. The game, which uses real-life GPS information to let users search for and catch Pokémon, has become incredibly popular over the last week.

But some users likely wish they never downloaded the game at all. Queens resident Evan Scribner told the New York Post that his girlfriend noticed his phone had records of him playing the game in Bushwick — where his ex lives.

"She saw that I had caught a Pokémon while at me ex's house," he said. "She found out last night at my house and hasn't contacted me since then." While Scribner was very candid about his infidelity, he did not answer what Pokémon he caught at his ex's house.

A word to the wise, if you're playing Pokémon Go like everyone else, don't cheat on your girl while trying to catch 'em all.

Written by Evelyn Diaz

(Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images)


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