Indian Police issue strong warning after Kiki dance challenge leads to accidents

Oscar Cross
August 2, 2018

While police in Delhi and Mumbai have already advised youth against taking up such challenges, it is only a matter of time before youth in other cities catch up.

Youngsters are jumping out of their moving auto and dancing to "In My Feelings".

Celebrities and Drake fans took to social media posting their own versions of the viral craze.

The dance inspired by rapper Drake's hit song "In My Feelings" may be a bonafide viral sensation, but in Egypt, it could now be considered a crime.

The #KiKiChallenge, also known as #InMyFeelingsChallenge, involves a participant who opens passenger door of a moving auto and dances along side it to the opening lines of Drake's hit from his latest album Scorpion. "This was very creative of them to address people by tweeting a creative with warning as a caption".

Jaylen Norwood staged the stunt in his hometown of Boynton Beach, but it didn't go quote as planned after he slipped an oil spill. "Kiki Challenge is not worth the fun.#InMyFeelings Keep Delhi roads safe for all", tweeted Delhi Police.

She shared the video on Instagram with the caption: 'This is what happens when you try to show off too much'.

Similarly, Mumbai police also advised people to "desist from from public nuisance or face the music!".

Meanwhile, some in India took inspiration from the challenge, went a step further and posted videos of themselves getting off their moving cars from the driving seats.

Now, police are issuing warnings and dishing out fines to those doing the challenge and endangering others. "Although "bad decision making" is not on our [list of poor driver behaviors], we have seen a variety of crashes attributable to making poor choices".

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