Doing the 'Kiki challenge' in Hyderabad? You could be booked, police warn

Doing the 'Kiki challenge' in Hyderabad? You could be booked, police warn

Norwood claims he meant to jump onto the hood of the oncoming vehicle and continue dancing before he lost his footing.

"Dance on the floors, not on the roads!"

The challenge involves getting out of a moving vehicle and dancing alongside it to the song "In my feelings" by Drake.

The trend began when Internet comedian Shiggy posted a video of himself dancing to the song. The NTSB issued a warning regarding the phenomenon on both July 23 and July 27.

"Sooo i was originally suppose [sic] to jump on the hood of the auto but i slipped on that damn wet spot and this nigga ran me over", he wrote.

The official Twitter handle of Jaipur Police shared a picture with garland around a man tweeting, "In loving memory of KK: loving boyfriend to Kiki, died while doing the Shiggy". "So please stand by your kids in all the challenges in life except #kikichallenge #KiKiHardlyAChallenge #InMyFeelingsChallenge #UPPolice (sic)", read the UP police tweet.

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The UAE police have issued arrest warrants against three famous social media personalities in the UAE for dancing to the Kiki challenge and uploading the same on social media.

Another video shows a man getting hit by a auto.

The Chandigarh police has warned young people against taking the Kiki dance challenge.

The challenge has gathered steam after celebrities are also dabbling in the vitality with their videos. They have also mentioned that those found doing this challenge on public roads would face criminal charges. These kinds of acts endanger the driver and others too.

More than watching how challenge is performed, now viewers are more interested in watching how it goes wrong. We must say that state police has done great job and they deserve appreciation.