A male made an unexpected Pokestop when his car crashed into a Melbourne school, St Francis Xavier College in Berwick.
Officers say the man was aiming to capture a creature from the Pokémon Go cellphone app when he lost control of his automobile while working out a roundabout.
The vehicle smashed through a fence and into a school portable building in Berwick at 6.50 pm on Thursday. Nobody was injured.
“Any Pokeballs, eggs or potions the motorist might have had staying only drew in police,” Victoria cops spokeswoman Julie-Anne Newman stated.
The 19-year-old will likely be charged in relation to negligent driving, police state.
Government firm VicRoads introduced nearly 40 flashing road indications alerting drivers “Don’t drive and Pokémon” some days earlier.
Authorities have actually cautioned that chasing Pokémon animals while driving could make a $466 fine and four demerit points.
Those hunting on foot are also warned to be knowledgeable about cars and other pedestrians, throughout the search.
The game has been downloaded more than 50 million times from the Google Play.