In less than a week, the mobile game Pokémon Go has become a worldwide smash hit. Nerds from Uruguay to Ukraine are wandering around their neighborhoods, tripping into ditches and busting their faces in pursuit of imaginary monsters.
One feature of the game that has received some not-so-positive press is the use of real-life locations as Pokémon gyms and Pokéspots. These geotagged hotspots require players to travel to them in order to meet goals in the game, and they can be found at such points of interest as works of public art, historic buildings, and more. But with an entire planet to cover, some of these sites are not exactly appropriate for a game aimed at children (and stunted adults). Here are some of the most poorly-chosen locations gamers have found so far in Pokémon Go.
1. A strip club.
Kids wander in to find Pokémon, and by the time they leave, they're done with video games forever.