Man Attempting 'In My Feelings' Challenge Hit by vehicle

Man Attempting 'In My Feelings' Challenge Hit by vehicle

Man Attempting 'In My Feelings' Challenge Hit by vehicle

The Kiki Challenge is all about getting down the moving vehicle and dance as long as the driving person captures it.

Earlier, Mumbai police who are quite adored for their tweets, also made a Twitter post saying, "Desist from public nuisance or face the music!".

Police forces across the globe have warned people to take up the KiKi challenge or kikidoyouloveme challenge after multiple people faced injury while performing this stance on the roads. Mumbai cops tweeted about the challenge causing harm to one's self as well as others. But not everything is all shimmy and shake as challengers are seen falling out of vehicles, banging on poles and tripping on the roads.

Apart from India, also the police agencies in foreign countries are motivated to come up with such warning advisories.

The viral challenge began when an Instagram user with the handle theshiggyshow posted a video of himself dancing to the song in the middle of a roadway in late June.

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A Instagram user known as Jaylen Norwood is going viral after a auto slammed into him while he was doing the "In My Feelings' dance in the middle of a busy road".

The Halasuru Gate Traffic Police in Bengaluru recently deployed a "Yamaraja" on the roads to warn people of the dangers of traffic violations like not wearing a helmet and overspeeding.

A Florida man attempting the "In My Feelings" challenge was hit by a auto when he slipped and was struck while attempting to jump on the hood of the vehicle, according to WGHP. We must say that state police has done great job and they deserve appreciation.

Ever since the video was posted, a large number of people are attempting the challenge.

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