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Couple wearing pig masks attack teens playing Pokemon Go before romping in town centre

Crime WorldBy Sunday World
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Two teenage siblings who were playing Pokémon Go in a small Swedish town were left terrified after being attacked by a laser-welding, pig-masked couple.

The two teens were playing the massively popular mobile game when they encountered the couple, who were dressed in matching 'King' and 'Queen' shirts, and wearing the frightening masks.

The pig-masked thugs shot the teens with green laser pointers. After one of the lasers hit a teenager in the eye, the siblings ran away in terror.

"They wore rubber masks depicting pigs' heads and they started screaming and waving a green laser," the siblings' mother told Swedish newspaper, Dalarnas Tidningar.

Just in case they felt they hadn't made enough of a nuisance of themselves, the couple then had sex in front of the town's historic water wheel, causing a massive tailback.

"I was on my way home from the gym and kept on driving right into cars in front of me," a witness told Dalarnas Tidningar.

Police have confirmed that they are still on the hunt for the masked couple and that the green lasers can cause damage to eyes.

"Pointing at someone with a green laser can cause injury if it hits the eye," Officer Daniel Hagthorpe told Dalarnas Tidningar.

The couple also face sexual harassment charges.

Insjön is a small locality, situated in Leksand in Dalarna County in Sweden with a population of just 2,150 inhabitants.

Insjön police say they're confident that the couple will be caught.