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'Pokemon Go' helps woman catch boyfriend cheating, report claims

If you’re in a relationship, you’ll want to be careful about where you use "Pokemon Go."

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Evan Scribner of Sunnyside, Queens, told the New York Post that his girlfriend realized he was cheating because of the geolocation feature in the game.

"Pokemon Go" allows users to find virtual creatures around the real world, with the help of their cellphones’ GPS, making it easier for people to track other players' locations.

Scribner told the Post that he played the game after snuggling with his ex-girlfriend.

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“She saw that I had caught a Pokemon while at my ex’s house,” Scribner told the Post, referring to his girlfriend at the time.

“She found out last night at my house and hasn’t contacted me since then,” Scribner told the Post.

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