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Police on their toes as Kiki dancers hit the roads

Police on their toes as Kiki dancers hit the roads

Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon apparently made a decision to show the kids how cool he was, doing the-traffic defying "Kiki Challenge" that's sweeping social media.

The challenge, which has taken off on social media, dares people to get out of moving vehicles and perform choreographed dance moves to the Drake song "In My Feelings".

At the same time, city police have issued stern warning to people against indulging in Kiki dance, of strict legal action, pointing out that this type of dance is forbidden.

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".

Earlier, the Uttar Pradesh police also issued a cautionary tweet highlighting the risks involved in such dares. The official Twitter handle tweeted, "Dance on the floors, not on the roads!"

The Kiki challenge requires the participant to alight from a moving vehicle dance to the song and then climb back into the auto.

You may have seen it on your news feed or probably would have heard your friends talking about it - indeed the "In My Feelings" Challenge has become the most recent viral sensation.

They gave out message by tweeting, "Dear Parents, whether Kiki loves your child or not, we are sure you do!"

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!

Of the thousands of "Kiki challenge" videos that have been posted, there is a growing subset of videos that show failed attempts which include cars crashing into poles and being hit by other vehicles.

The department has asked people to not risk their own or others" life by participating in the challenge or "be ready to face the music'.