Thursday, 2 March 2017
A 67-year-old man recently suffered a heart attack and died outside of a rail station in Singapore not long after capturing a rare Pokemon. The man’s widow told that he was playing the popular smartphone game Pokemon Go! just before his death.
Her husband played the game near the train station on a regular basis, and that he went there after a birthday meal held for a family member.
The Singapore Civil Defence Force confirmed that they transported the man to Singapore General Hospital.
Her husband had a history of heart disease, and the wife said she immediately suspected he’d had a heart attack when the hospital contacted her.
Before the heart attack the man was able to catch a second generation creature called ‘Granbull’ along with a rare Pokemon called a ‘Lapras,’ according to his phone’s GPS records.
The deceased was a Level 28 player and had captured over 200 Pokemon.
Source by: Internet