Pokémon Go has taken over the U.S., our lives have become entirely about Poke Stops — locations in the game where players can catch ’em all and collect vital game items.
For some very humorous reason, a surprising number of these Poke Stops are in locations that don’t exactly seem… appropriate.
From graveyards to “adult entertainment” shops, some of the places players are encouraged to gather and silently loiter on their phones should not exist in a world where 11-year-olds go unsupervised into tall grass, and especially into graveyards! Please do not catch Pokémon on the graves of my loved ones.
— Charon Caori (@Charoncaori) July 7, 2016
— michael verde (@MICHAELVERD3) July 7, 2016
when i die please turn me into a pokéstop pic.twitter.com/1l4CYisuOq
— kiren (@pakistanyewest) July 10, 2016
Nope. Ain't goin to this pokestop pic.twitter.com/ZomPLBrqew
— Gab Landicho (@gablandicho) July 6, 2016
— brad esposito (@braddybb) July 11, 2016
Is ground zero a pokestop? pic.twitter.com/4ccclWPnSO
— tyler v (@thedangerfreak) July 10, 2016
— Erica H. (@bigratsgoboom) July 7, 2016