Posting a picture of a man dancing on the road alongside an ambulance with its doors open, the Delhi Police tweeted today, "Dancing on the roads can open new doors for you".
A Delhi Police official said people caught indulging in the Kiki challenge could be booked for nuisance on the roads or playing loud music in addition to risky driving under the provisions of The Motor Vehicles Act.
Anyone indulging in #kikichallenge on the roads will be booked under section 268 of the Indian Penal Code and Under Section 70 (b) of Hyderabad City Police Act for creating nuisance on the road and endangering the life of other commuters, officials said.More news: Deadly Northern California wildfire almost doubles in size overnight
With the #Kikichallenge trending among citizens across the country, the Hyderabad Traffic Police have issued a warning to youngsters to refrain from taking up the challenge or else end up counting the bars. The Chandigarh, Uttar Pradesh and Jaipur Police also posted cautionary messages on their Twitter handles highlighting the risks of the dare.
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The Kiki challenge has now reached India and has several grooving to it with many people ending up with fatal injuries, so much that police had to intervene to warn people that this challenge is not cool. Supra's video is joining the ranks of dancing celebrities such as Will Smith, Ciara and the Houston Astros. People got themselves injured with their vehicles crashing into poles and people jumping off the cars.