As ‘Kiki challenge goes viral, people worldwide face arrests, fines and injuries

As ‘Kiki challenge goes viral, people worldwide face arrests, fines and injuries

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 United States to warn about the dangers of the challenge.

22-year-old Jaylen Norwood from Florida was planning to jump on a vehicle hood and keep dancing, but he slipped on an oil slick right before the auto hit him, according to Fox 8.

The video went viral instantly on social media.

Youngsters are going insane behind the Kiki challenge which is in trend all over internet.

It's called the Kiki Challenge and as a result, some people are getting hurt and it's catching the attention of law enforcement.

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The Internet is also flooded with failed videos of KiKi Challenge. Ahmedabad police has chose to take action against anyone who takes part in the challenge and uploads it onto social media platforms.

Mumbai's police tweeted their 4.6 million followers a stark warning about the dance challenge: "Desist from public nuisance or face the music". "Be wise - keep away from silly stunts & advise your friends as well to stay safe".

Jawahar's family has informed the Jaipur police but as of August 2, the tweet was not removed from their official handle and neither was any clarification issues.

Under the picture of a man with a garland around it was written, "In loving memory of KK - Loving boyfriend of Kiki, died while doing the Shiggy". The teen from Bettendorf, Iowa, was trying to complete the challenge last week when she jumped out of a moving auto.

Egypt isn't the only country in the Middle East taking action against those partaking in the dance trend. One American teen fractured her skull after attempting the challenge at a roundabout. With the rise of the #InMyFeelingsChallenge taken on by the likes of Will Smith and others, a Florida man tried to stage his own and got hit by a vehicle doing so.

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