The Delhi Police on Tuesday tweeted advisory over urging netizens to not take up the social media challenge '#InMyFeelings challenge', in order to avoid accidents on road.
"I was originally suppose to jump on the hood of the vehicle, but I slipped", Jaylen Norwood posted on Instagram after his somewhat botched effort to film his "In My Feelings" challenge. The latest trend which involves jumping out of a slow moving vehicle and dancing alongside it to American rapper Drake's latest song, "Kiki do you love me" has taken over the world of social media.
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 vehicle that his friend was driving. As soon as I got on the know about the ban on Kiki Challenge, I have taken out the video from my Instagram account, so that it will stop people from accepting the Kiki Challenge.
Nevertheless, there was a Facebook post by Jaipur police which had a intense approach towards the challenge, still that approach was received well, looking at the rate of challenges going wrong and people being suffered without considering risk over fun.
Authorities around the world have issued warnings to not attempt the Kiki challenge.
The 18-year-old from Bettendorf, Iowa was driving around town with friends on July 23 when she thought it would be fun to do the challenge.
Anna told WQAD TV she thought it would be an "easy" stunt, but it almost killed her. "I will always remember that", said Mike Worden. Anytime you think jumping out of a auto while it's rolling would be a fun thing to do, think of Anna Worden.
She says the experience taught her her a lesson she wants to share with others. "It may seem fun, and it may seem easy, but at the same [time], they could be so risky". She was scheduled to be discharged from the hospital but will need more outpatient therapy once she gets home.