A triumphant eight-year-old boy has become the first person to capture all Archbishops of Canterbury using his Pokémon Go skills and saucer of milk. The popular game sees people regularly rooting around storm drains and hedgerows for members of the clergy or spying their mitres poking out of a sauna.
There is a Catholic alternative - Papal-bull - ironically involving Priests trying to capture eight-year-old boys, but this is only available on 'Bad Apple' devices, with the App - iSpyWithMyLittlei™. Of course - Pokémon Go is one of the most successful augmented reality games, after Christianity itself - each culminating in an implausible and hard to reach endgame.
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