Published: Thu, August 02, 2018
Culture | By Wayne Carr

Man Hit By Car During ‘In My Feelings’ Challenge

Man Hit By Car During ‘In My Feelings’ Challenge

"Instead, by indulging in banned Kiki dance and uploading the video thereof in social website, she has instigated others to follow suit".

The Bengaluru police's directive came after the Halasuru Police recently received a complaint against Bigg Boss contestant Niveditha Gowda, who took up the challenge and posted a video on her social media account. "Be wise - keep away from silly stunts & advise your friends as well to stay safe".

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Earlier Mumbai Police also criticised the challenge. What started off as a bit of fun has turned into a safety issue, with police around the world warning people against taking part in the challenge.

Posting a picture of a man dancing on the road alongside an ambulance with its doors open, the Delhi police tweeted on Tuesday, "Dancing on the roads can open new doors for you". The official Twitter handle tweeted, "Dance on the floors, not on the roads!"

A Instagram user known as Jaylen Norwood is going viral after a vehicle slammed into him while he was doing the "In My Feelings' dance in the middle of a busy road". This has actually left the police anxious as the trend is turning out to be deadly with people injuring themselves.

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In a tweet today Mumbai police said, "We love your safety and can't leave it to be decided by Kiki!" Those still clueless about who or what Kiki stands for and what sort of challenge it poses to teenagers, it's time to return to the basics.

As the Internet dance craze grows in popularity, police around the world are warning of its dangers and say participants caught doing it could face fines of up to $1000 and possible criminal charges, according to The Guardian.

Several incidents of people crashing into poles, tumbling out of their vehicles, being hit by cars, and tripping on potholes while attempting the dare also emerged.

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You have to hand it to him, he tried it, but he definitely needed a few more attempts before giving us this...rather questionable attempt at the dance challenge!

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