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    Pokemon Go madness takes over the world; even NYPD officers were caught on camera playing the game instead of catching criminals.

    Catch Them All?

    "There's a wild Pikachu, have you seen him," the man who recorded the video called out to the police officers. "I caught it already," one of them responded.

    Meanwhile, officials have called on Pokémon Go's creators to remove the augmented reality 'Pokemon' creatures from the Holocaust Museum and Auschwitz Memorial out of respect; many players were spotted hunting the invisible cartoon creatures inside the former concentration camp.

    On July 14, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov expressed uncertainty as to whether Pokemons are already roaming the halls of the legendary fortified complex.


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