Nocturnal Pokémon-ban in Belgian village after disturbance
In the Belgian village of Lillo, near Antwerp, it is now between 22 pm and 7 am prohibited to the mobile game Pokémon Go to play.
That must be the sleep of the 34 residents, reports news agency Belga.
Since the appearance of Pokémon Go, this summer, there were hundreds or even thousands of Pokémon hunters per day on the village. Therefore called the inhabitants in the Antwerp city council to a curfew.
A real curfew is not there, but instead to the end of the year, police entered the playing Pokémon Go prohibits. “The police can, in this way, the nuisance curb,” said mayor Bart de Wever.
Was previously through developer Niantic searched for a solution. “We have the company valued and they have pledged to the Pokémons from Lillo to remove, but that’s ultimately not happened,” says Weaver about it.
The problems in Lillo, similar to those in Kijkduin, where every day, a lot of Pokémon players to collect. The municipality has a law firm in the arm taken to enforce that there is less virtual beasts on the beach appear.