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Falling foul of the law can lead to Pokémon Woe

A 28 year old was injured in the US recently after his car crashed into a tree whilst he was playing the game.

Several gamers in Bosnia were caught wandering through a minefield in pursuit of imaginary characters. To read more on the numerous legal bear traps waiting for those chasing the cartoon critters of Pokémon Go, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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