Norway’s Prime Minister Erna Solberg was caught on camera playing Pokemon Go during parliamentary session.
The Prime Minister was captured by a photographer for Norwegian newspaper Klassekampen playing the popular game on her smartphone on Tuesday during a debate in the country’s parliament, known as the Storting.
The leader of the Conservative Party, was seen playing during remarks from Liberal Party leader Trine Skei Grande.
The prime minister after knowing she had been caught told newsmen she didn’t think Grande would mind, as she too was caught back in August playing the game.
She said, “I think that Trine will like that I opened the game while she was at the pulpit.”
Grande confirmed as much with an aisle-crossing tweet in support of the prime minister’s game-playing habits.
“She heard what I said, we ladies can do two things at the same time you know,” she tweeted in Norwegian with a winking emoji.
Grande also defended her own game-playing in August, saying: “Some of us have heads that listen better when we can do something brain-dead on the side.“