Norway`s main oppsition leader Erna Solberg of Hoyre answers questions during press meeting in front of the Parliament building in Oslo on September 7, 2013, the day before general elections in Norway. Norway's centre-right opposition, led by the Conservatives and including a populist anti-immigration party, looks set to win a general election next week by a wide margin, three polls showed Friday. AFP PHOTO /NTB SCANPIX /  FREDRIK VARFJELL        (Photo credit should read Fredrik Varfjell/AFP/Getty Images)

Norway’s Prime Minister Busted Playing Pokémon Go in Parliament

By Bryan Clark | 5:04 am, October 6, 2016

Norwegian politicians might need to enact legislation surrounding Pokémon Go during meetings of parliament. Trine Skei Grande, the leader of Norway’s Liberal party, got caught playing the game back in August. Yesterday, it was the Prime Minister herself, Erna Solberg.

After hearing of the news, Grande, seemed amused, tweeting:

@erna_solberg hun hørte nok hva jeg sa @eivindtraedal


vi damer klarer to ting samtidig veit du.

— Trine Skei Grande (@Trinesg) October 5, 2016

The tweet reads:

She heard what I said, we ladies can do two things at the same time you know.

Solberg being a fan of Pokémon Go is no secret. During a recent trip to Slovakia she told reporters she was keen to take some time out to play the game. She had some 10km eggs to hatch, after all.

This article was written by Bryan Clark from The Next Web and was legally licensed through the NewsCred publisher network.