The Delhi Police also tweeted "Dancing on the roads can open new doors for you".
He said the police would take strict action against those who were found involved in taking up the dance challenge. The Chandigarh, Uttar Pradesh and Jaipur Police also posted cautionary messages on their Twitter handles highlighting the risks of the dare. Traffic officials while requesting the youth to abstain from such acts on the roads said, "Dear youngsters, Drive safe and Stay safe". In a tweet on Tuesday, the Gujarat police said, "Don't pass or accept Kiki Challenge". "It may look exciting but is indeed unsafe", Chandigarh Senior Superintendent of Police Shashank Anand told PTI today. Prosecutors ordered the arrest of three "social media influencers" after they posted videos of themselves taking part in the dance challenge, reported by the National newspaper in Abu Dhabi.
The SSP maintained that a violator will be issued a challan and possible impounding of vehicle.
"The video starts off with the line", "Keke, do you love me?" Police around the world have warned people against doing the Kiki challenge, after multiple people attempting it have been injured. "So please stand by your kids in all the challenges in life expect #Kikichallenge". Videos that have gone viral have shown people crashing into poles and tripping on potholes.
One video shows a dancing woman's handbag being stolen.
A Florida man's attempt at the "In My Feelings" challenge went wrong when he was hit by a auto during the stunt. Many celebrities, including Will Smith, Ciara, Odell Beckham Jr., Kevin Hart and the cast of "This Is Us", are among those taking part in it.