Sara Piccolo, from Naples, catches a 'Pog Mo Thoin' in St Stephen's Green in Dublin.
Cheeky take on Pokemon Go craze.
A Dublin artist has had his say on the Pokemon Go phenomenon - creating a cheeky statue after deciding the craze had gone too far.
Millions worldwide have got hooked on the Pokemon Go game, which allows users to "catch" the animated creatures on the street using their phones. The craze has proved quite popular in Ireland, but Dublin artist Frank O'Dea feels it's notquite what it's cracked up to be. He said evertime he heard of Pokemon or Pokemon Go, he always thought of "Pog mo thoin" - the irish for "kiss my a**".
Mr O'Dea decided to create the cheeky statue for fans who want to "see the back of it [Pokemon]".
"I think its all getting a bit out of hand now when you hear stories of the game causing a stampede on a busy street in Taiwan, traffic accidents or people getting robbed or injured while playing the game on their mobile phone," he said.
"So I think it's time we saw the back of it now.