Museums are used to dealing with all sorts of pests. It's important to keep the precious objects in our collections safe from the various invasive creatures that can sometimes get inside a museum. But we're now suffering from a new and very different type of pest: Pokémon!
Our curators are practiced at keeping moths out of the costume store, chasing mice out of the archives, and stopping insects from nibbling our rare books. But we have no idea how to deal with this new infestation. We have three Pokéstops right outside the Museum of London entrance, and another two surrounding the building. So naturally, the place is swarming with Pokémon, getting in all sorts of unlikely places- hey, hey, stop that!
That is a priceless Roman mosaic! It's almost 2,000 years old, and it is certainly not meant to have Slowpokes jumping up and down on it. Someone throw a Pokéball, quick!