The viral "In My Feelings" dance craze was started by internet comedian and Instagram star Shiggy. "Be wise - keep away from silly stunts & advise your friends as well to stay safe". If you have came across a video were a person is leaping out of the slow moving vehicle and dancing besides the auto to the American rapper Drake's latest song, "Kiki do you love me" then it's the same so called Kiki challenge. Earlier, the Bengaluru Police has used tweets with references to popular sitcoms and web series to engage with the young citizens and spread awareness.
Further, police in Spain have warned drivers against the challenge, saying they could be charged if caught.
Taking to Twitter, Delhi police said,"Dance on the floors, not on the roads!"
In a tweet today Mumbai police said, "We love your safety and can't leave it to be decided by Kiki!" The image accompanying the post read, "In loving memory of KK - loving boyfriend of Kiki, died while doing the Shiggy".
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Mumbai police also displayed similar messages on digital boards installed in the city. "So please stand by your kids in all the challenges in life except Kiki challenge".
A senior police officer said there are sections under the Delhi Police Act under which the people indulging in the act can be booked for creating nuisance on the roads or playing loud music.
Videos uploaded online show people hitting poles, tripping on bad roads or falling out of the vehicles.
The videos, particularly, make the challenge look so easy that one might be tempted to give it a shot.
But the man's plan went awry when he slipped on the patch of oil and fell before the vehicle arrived, according to the video.