The Municipal Police of Madrid mult Sunday afternoon a 77-year-old man for playing Pokmon go and, therefore, bypass the prohibition to leave home because of the state of alarm dictated by the government only a few days ago.
The image of the fine has gone around the country and in a matter of hours it became one of the most retweeted tweets of the moment.
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The excuse of little served the traveler to get rid of a fine that can reach 30,000 . The confinement we are currently experiencing is a very serious situation, and exceptions are not allowed, except for medical emergencies, walking the dog, going to buy food.
Therefore, breaking the alarm state, without a real excuse such as a medical emergency, can have serious consequences, both for the entire country, and for the pocket of the aforementioned who does not comply with the alarm state.
This singular fact is not an isolated one, but these days there are dozens of people who manage to skip quarantine and exit more times than allowed. Let's not forget the videos that have circulated through the network of people dressed as T-Rex walking dogs, going to throw garbage, walking in groups, etc.
This Pokmon Go is seen to come, this is why the platform imposed a series of rules In the face of this exceptional situation that we are experiencing in Spain and in more than half of Europe, if not in the entire world.
Pokmon Go took certain steps to combat the coronavirus and enforce confinement. Among the measures we see higher prizes, an increase in wild Pokmons, incenses will now last an hour, etc.
They are basic measures for precisely avoid having to leave the house to exclusively play Pokmon Go like we did before quarantine.
While we throw the garbage in the corner, we can try in case we hunt one, or while we walk our dog, but nothing to commit the same serious infraction as the 77-year-old man to whom the Municipal Police of Madrid (main focus of the coronavirus in Spain ) has had to fine.
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