Pokémon Go is enormously popular, and many of its players have lauded its benefits, from increased exercise to spending time outdoors to giving them a sense of community as they take part of something bigger than themselves.
And it's that last attribute that should have parents concerned about just how their kids are playing the game and just how much they feel a sense of "community" and "togetherness" with complete strangers who happen to be playing Pokémon Go, too.
Social experimental Joey Salads, who previously revealed just how easily drunk people will get into a fake Uber car, tackles this new danger in the video below:
Salad's was inspired by YouTube videomaker AreWeFamousNow who also tried to same experiment, this time setting out "lure modules" in bad parts of town in the middle of night to see how many young kids would show up by themselves to capture Pokémons. The results are disturbing.
What do you think about this?