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Kiki challenge: Hyderabad Police asks four-wheeler drivers to restrain from trend

Police said they have noticed that many young drivers under the influence of "Kiki challenge" are performing dances on the roads by jumping out of moving vehicles.


PTI 01 Aug 2018, 10:51 AM India

The Hyderabad traffic police have asked four-wheeler drivers to restrain from attempting 'Kiki challenge,' the latest viral trend that involves jumping out of a moving car and dancing alongside it, and warned of registration of cases against the violators.

Police said they have noticed that many young drivers under the influence of "Kiki challenge" are performing dances on the roads by jumping out of moving vehicles.

"Jumping out of a moving car and dancing alongside it in the middle of the road obviously multiplies the risks involved in it. These kinds of acts endanger driver himself and others too. Further, such acts draw criminal charges. Any untoward incident may occur while performing such perilous acts on roads," Hyderabad Traffic Police said in a release.

The Kiki Challenge is about people getting out of a moving car and dancing to Canadian rapper Drake's latest song 'In My Feelings.' The police requested the youth of the city to desist from indulging in such acts on the roads and advised them to 'Drive safe and Stay safe' saying "because you (youngsters) are the future of the country." The youth were also asked to accept worthy challenges in life.

Anyone indulging in #kikichallenge on the roads will be booked under section 268 of IPC and under section 70 (b) of Hyderabad City Police Act, the police warned.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)


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