The Kiki challenge is an insane challenge, where people are stepping out of their moving cars and dancing to the tunes of Drake track, called ‘In My Feelings’ from his latest album ‘Scorpion’. Kiki appears in the lyrics of the song: “Kiki, do you love me?” But it is not Drake who inspired this challenge per se. It was internet comedian Shiggy who posted a video of him dancing on the streets on June 30, hence the alternative names #ShiggyChallenge or #DoTheShiggy.
The viral challenge has gripped India as well. The Railway Protection Force (RPF) at Virar has arrested three youths for doing the Kiki Challenge at Virar station’s platform number 1 and onboard a moving train. The arrested accused are as Nishant Rajendra Shah, 20, Dhruv Anil Shah, 23, and Shyam Rajkumar Sharma, 24, according to mid-day.
As per mid-day, G N Mall, Virar RPF inspector, said, “With the help of local intelligence, we tracked down the boys and arrested them under sections 145(B), 147 and 156 of the Railways Act.”
The accused were produced in court and the punishment met out to the accused is as interesting as the Kiki challenge itself. It is visiting Vasai and Virar stations for the next three days and spreading awareness among commuters to not do such stunts.
The youth are supposed to visit the stations from 11 am to 2 pm and 3 pm to 5 pm every day to educate people not to undertake stunts such as Kiki challenge.
Recently. Mumbai Police posted a photograph that read “Kiki is bored of her own challenge. Stop it”.
We love your safety and can’t leave it to be decided by Kiki! #GetInToTheCar #kikiChallenge #InMySafetyFeelings pic.twitter.com/OqOgmPgJA6
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) August 2, 2018
Mumbai Police and the court seems to have the right idea!