Creative ideas by State police to warn citizens against Kiki Challenge

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The police forces have lately taken to social media to warn and inform citizens on various issues, with references to popular social media trends. It went viral after a comedian called "Shiggy" posted a video of himself dancing on Instagram. Some are seen falling out of the cars, some bang on poles or some trip on the road.

Not every challenge is worth taking in life and Kiki challenge is certainly not the one to take!

Norwood, 22, was filming his version of the challenge Thursday outside his Boynton Beach home and had planned to jump on the hood of the auto that his friend was driving. We must say that state police has done great job and they deserve appreciation.

Indian actors like Varun Sharma, Nora Fatehi, Karishma Sharma and Adah Sharma have also come out with their various dance moves. The challenge requires the performer to dance along with a moving vehicle and then jump back into the auto.

Please take care of yourselves before you do the above.

Drake has since thanked Shiggy for the success of "In My Feelings" that went to No 1 in the charts.

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.

In the Facebook post, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) put emphasis on the importance of road safety despite the popularity of the #InMyFeelings dance.

Through its official Twitter handle, the Mumbai Police has warned that the Kiki challenge not only endangers those attempting it, but also others.

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