Russian YouTuber Ruslan Sokolovsky has been convicted of "inciting religous hatred" for filming himself playing Pokémon GO in a church.
Sokolovsky has been given a three-and-a-half-year suspended sentence, which means he won't be imprisoned unless he is found guilty of a new crime. Considering this is the same offence that saw Pussy Riot imprisoned for two years back in 2012, it could have gone a lot worse.
Sokolovsky posted the video back in August 2016 and he has been detained since October.
You can still see the video that got Sokolovsky in trouble:
"Until the very last moment I didn't know what the sentencing would be, that's why I was very nervous and feared I would get a real prison term," he told BBC Russian.
Sokolovsky has received support from fans and activists since his arrest, including Pussy Riot:
Ruslan Sokolovsky who caught a pokemon in a church got 3.5 years of probation.
not prison though - and it's already great news.
— Pussy Riot (@pussyrrriot) May 11, 2017