The incredibly stupid & risky Kiki challenge

In My Feelings challenge bizarre

Warning: This video may be disturbing for some.

Posed on Facebook, the video shows the soldier in training jumping out of a auto dancing then shooting into the distance before resuming her dance moves.

It sent a message to Kahlon, demanding he "immediately take the clip down from all his social media platforms", Hadashot news reported, noting that the challenge had caused dozens of accidents.

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 U.S. to warn about the dangers of the challenge. For those who aren't well-versed with the trend, the challenge involves people stepping out of a slow moving auto, and grooving to a song by Canadian artiste Drake with the opening lines, "Kiki, do you love me?"

The latest challenge that netizens are taking up is not only breaking the internet, but also quite a few bones.

The fever started when web comic Shiggy presented a video on Instagram of himself showing off his NY dance moves to the infectious tune.

As a part of Tuesday thought, Delhi police urged people through Twitter, tweeting "Dance on the floors, not on the roads! #KikiChallenge is not worth the fun.#InMyFeelings Keep #Delhi roads safe for all".

The Gujarat Police too in the past has issued a notification asking people not to take the challenge.

Just before he leapt onto the vehicle he slipped and was hit by an oncoming vehicle. They have also mentioned that those found doing this challenge on public roads would face criminal charges.

A Drake fan in South Florida who took on the risky #InMyFeelingsChallenge was mowed down by a vehicle, but he suffered only minor scrapes and showed up on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to talk about it.

The police in various countries including India, Malaysia, Spain, UAE and US have warned the public about the dangers of such stunts. Interestingly, the rapper isn't the one behind the challenge.

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