Video: Martellus Bennett dresses as Pikachu, surprises kids at hospital

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While the popularity of the augmented reality game “Pokemon Go” may actually be dying out some, the franchise of Pokemon itself is still a popular thing among young children. New England Patriots tight end Martellus Bennett decided to take advantage of that and make some kids’ days.

Bennett spent the day at the Boston Children’s Hospital on Thursday, but decided not to wear his football jersey. Instead, he put on a giant yellow onesie and acted as a six-foot-six Pikachu.

He brought plush Pokeballs with him and helped the kids “catch ’em all” at the hospital. The kids even turned on Bennett and attempted to “catch” him to make him their partner.

Overall, it was just a really cool video and it seems like everyone had a really good time.

Thanks to @MartysaurusRex, the kids at the Boston Children’s Hospital got to catch ‘em all #AllTheFeels pic.twitter.com/6gauRHd8T8

— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) September 30, 2016

This was certainly a cool thing for Bennett to do on one of his days off. These kids are likely even bigger fans of Pokemon now and would love to have him back for another visit.

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