It's not an exaggeration to say that Pokémon Go is taking over the world.
When the Holocaust Museum and the Arlington National Cemetery have to put out announcements that catching Pokémon on their grounds is, well, not okay, you know things have gone pretty far.
And now people are starting to fight back.
Because there's a suburb in Sydney with three Pokéstops and a deluge of lures (we're just going to assume you know what all that means by now) that are attracting hundreds of Pokémon Go players to the area in search of some sweet rare Pokémon.
One resident told Buzzfeed there were over 1000 players in the area per night. That's insanity.
The Deputy Mayor has had to call in backup to control the crowds. WTF.
So, understandably, the residents are starting to get a little pissed off.
And last night a few, a brave, mighty few, took matters into their own hands by pelting the players with eggs and waterbombs from the comfort of their own balconies.
We're not sure this will be the end.
In fact, it may just be the beginning.