Last week, we joked about how Montreal would likely be the first city in the world to ban Pokémon.\nAnywhere else, that statement would be crazy, but in Montreal it's really not that far fetched.\nThat's just the way we are here, we go way overboard and the city shows up like a Hall Monitor to tell us to stop having fun.\nREAD ALSO:\n12 Hidden Montreal Spots You Can Bring A Date To Catch Rare Pokémon \t7 Montreal STM Bus Lines Where You Can Catch The Most Rare Pokémon \tPokémon GO Is Uniting Montrealers Like Nothing Else Ever Has. Yes, EVER! \tVideo Showing How INSANE Pokémon GO Is In Montreal Right Now \tI Patiently Waited To Download The Official Pokémon GO App In Canada And Now I Regret It\nLast night, Pokémon GO Players caused so much chaos that the Police actually had to intervene. The crowd numbered in the hundreds and according to witnesses they left a huge mess when they left.\nCheck out: Video Showing The MAYHEM Pokémon GO Is Causing In Montreal Right Now\nYou can see people clearly not giving a fuck about anything or anyone but the game. People can be seen blocking the streets and even signaling cars to go around them as if the cars were the ones being rude.\nWe may have been joking about it at first but now we're really starting to believe Montreal might ban Pokémon GO from being played in certain areas.\nThey certainly will if things keep escalating the way they have.\nMontreal Police have already released these rules that Pokemon GO players must now respect which we have dubbed "Loi 151" (For the 151 original Pokémon),\nBe aware of your environment and respect the laws. \tBe aware of the dangers when moving to a new area. \tMove calmly and carefully expectantly near crowds. \tAvoid the playing in the streets and respect traffic signals. \tMake sure the road is clear before crossing the streets or bike paths. \tDo not play in restricted area or areas with a high security presence. \tDo not play while driving. Remember, holding a phone while driving for any reason is illegal. \tDon't let yourself be distracted by passengers who may be playing the game. \tMake sure to immobilize the vehicle before letting your passengers out to hunt Pokemon. \tTry to play during the day rather than at night and avoid isolated areas. \tParents should not let young children play the game by themselves.\nSo please, these guidelines are here for a reason so don't break them too much or they will only get more severe.\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.