The Pokemon GO craze has taken over our screens, our time, and apparently our common sense.
Here's a recap of this week's biggest fails.
The live forecast in Florida was looking pretty great, until it was interrupted by an anchor on a mission.
For Pokemon that is.
The stunt was apparently staged by the station, but the weatherman seems to have been left out of the loop.
A man in Brooklyn was on a Pokemon roll when he caught wind of a lure nearby.
The only thing between him and the lure, a pond.
Best part about this story, he happened to be recording himself as he was playing.
So we get a first person play by play of the dunk.
[SOUND] The phone is currently in the rice bag ICU
So this one was only a matter of time because you can hit way more Pokestops in a car than on foot.
A New Yorker in Auburn was allegedly playing the game while driving and ended up plowing his car into a tree.
The man survived the crash but no word yet on whether or not he actually caught the Pokemon.
And these guys take the cake by a landslide.
Two men in in Encinitas, California chased a Pokemon off a cliff.
One landed on a beach 80 feet below, while the other got stuck on a bluff a few feet up and had to be rescued out of there.
They both suffered moderate injuries, but their egos on the other hand, are way beyond repair.
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