Published On: Wed, Jul 20th, 2016

Teenager shot dead in Guatemala after breaking into home to catch Pokemon

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Jerson Lopez de Leon variously reported to be called Gerson Lopez de Leon and Gerson Otoniel López de lion who was shot while playing Pokemon Go

Jerson Lopez de Leon variously reported to be called Gerson Lopez de Leon and Gerson Otoniel López de lion who was shot while playing Pokemon Go

The widely popular augmented reality game Pokemon Go has claimed the life of a teenager after he broke into a house in Chiquimula in Guatemala to catch a Pokemon.Also Read: 10 Things That You Must Know About Brock Lesnar.

According to the reports in mirror.co.uk, Jerson Lopez Le Leon, 18, was shot dead while playing the game when he decided to break into the house with his cousin Daniel Moises Picen, 17, to catch a Pokemon. Also Read: Video: Comfortable wearing a bikini in India? Here’s what girls have to say.

The police said that an agricultural van seen speeding away from the scene as they are looking for the occupants of the van. Also Read: Dubai Crown Prince travels on London Underground, photo goes viral

If reports are to be believed this could be the first death due to the augmented reality game, in South America. Also Read:10 Lesser known facts about SUNNY LEONE

There are a series of incidents that point out to the problems that the game has caused around the world. Also Read: Saudi man offers $266,000 for Erdogan’s ‘coup’ phone

Meanwhile, in Stourbridge, West Midlands, a driver was fined for playing Pokemon Go at the wheel. Also Read: Bride, 22, inherits millions a month after marriage to Saudi businessman.

Teenager shot dead in Guatemala after breaking into home to catch Pokemon

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News Source Deccan Chronicle

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- is Lahore (Pakistan) based journalist & writer with 25-year experience in print, wire and broadcast forms of journalism. His major fields of interest are politics, film,tv,sports, climate change and technology

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