News Anchor Playing Pokémon Go Interrupts Weather Forecast On Live TV

After Angry Birds and Candy Crush Saga, Pokémon Go is the latest craze to have taken over the world. If you still haven’t heard about the game, you’ve probably been in a come so here is something about the game to help you catch up with the world. So, Pokémon Go is a free-to-play location-based augmented reality mobile game developed by Niantic. You basically have to search for Pokémons in real locations. If you see people walking aimlessly down the street and like they have no clue where they are headed, they are probably playing the game.
The Pokemania is sweeping over the nation and apparently making some collateral victims like this poor man in the video below. Weatherman Bobby Deskins was trying to deliver the weather forecast when one of his colleagues, WTSP 10 news anchor Allison Kropff, walked right in front of him blocking the cameraman’s shot. The woman was staring into her phone, which made the weatherman think she was playing Pokémon Go.
“You guys have got to be careful with these phones, these Pokémon,” he commented as the woman walked away as if she didn’t even notice something was going on. Take a look:

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