Kiki challenge: Cops use social media to warn against viral dare

Rosalie Gross
August 3, 2018

There's a new craze sweeping social media dubbed the "In My Feelings" challenge, in which people dance to the popular Drake song after hopping out of a moving vehicle.

It involves a person to get out of a moving vehicle, dance to Drake's song while being in sync with the car's motion and then jump back into the auto again.

Posting a picture of a man dancing on the road alongside an ambulance with its doors open, the Delhi Police tweeted today, "Dancing on the roads can open new doors for you".

He said the police would take strict action against those who were found involved in taking up the dance challenge.

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"Youngsters should desist from taking the Kiki challenge". In Spain, fans can face criminal charges for the same and Egyptian police have warned that anyone disrupting traffic could get a year in prison and a $167 fine.

"We will take action under the Motor Vehicles Act as it falls under unsafe driving (category)", said Anand. "It is not just your followers watching your groove; the traffic police are taking note too". Prosecutors ordered the arrest of three "social media influencers" after they posted videos of themselves taking part in the dance challenge, reported by the National newspaper in Abu Dhabi.

Even the UP police tweeted on Monday, in a cheeky play on the lyrics,"Dear Parents, whether Kiki loves your child or not, we are sure you do!" So please stand by your kids in all the challenges in life except #kikichallenge. Even celebrities like Will Smith have uploaded the video of Kiki Challenge on top of a bridge in Budapest. Police around the world have warned people against doing the Kiki challenge, after multiple people attempting it have been injured.

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