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

01 August, 2018, 16:24 | Author: Julian Swanson
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Another video shows a man getting hit by a vehicle.

The Uttar Pradesh police also shared a video showing what could happen if the challenge goes wrong.

The challenge, also known as "In My Feelings Challenge", involves jumping out of a moving vehicle and dancing alongside it to Canadian rapper Drake's latest song, "Kiki do you love me".

Norwood claims he meant to jump onto the hood of the oncoming vehicle and continue dancing before he lost his footing. "You keep riding cars and doing the Kiki", he said as he joked about the rising price of gasoline in the Middle East nation.

Norwood suffered minor injuries, including cuts and scrapes to his arms.

Since then the internet has been inundated with people dancing to the song next to moving cars, a craze which has led the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) in the U.S. to warn about the dangers of the challenge.

In a comment on their post, the DOTr clarified that they are discouraging the public from taking part in the dance challenge, reminding the public to take their safety into consideration before attempting to go viral. Cops across the world in the UAE, USA, Spain and Malaysia have also issues similar warning about the dangers of the challenge.

Drake's "Scorpion" is now the No. 1 album in the USA for the fourth week in a row, according to Billboard. Mumbai cops tweeted about the challenge causing harm to one's self as well as others.

North Carolina Highway Patrol said they have not see the "In My Feelings" challenge become a problem locally, but unsafe attempts risk serious repercussions.



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