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Please don't jump out of your car and dance to Drake, NTSB pleads

Another shows a man getting hit by a auto.

Noticing that many young drivers were jumping out of moving vehicles to dance on the road, the Hyderabad Traffic Police has issued a notice, advising against the #Kikichallenge, which has taken social media across the world by storm.

Youngsters globally are jumping out their moving cars and dancing to Drake's popular song "In My Feelings".

The Kiki Challenge is all about getting down the moving auto and dance as long as the driving person captures it. "Are you riding? Said you'd never ever leave from beside me, cause I want you and I need you, and I'm down for you always".

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Norwood suffered only minor injuries. The dance went viral after comedian Shiggy posted a video of himself on Instagram dancing along to the song.

He explained the situation via a caption on Instagram, writing: "Sooo i was originally suppose to jump on the hood of the vehicle but i slipped on that damn wet spot and this n*gga ran me over". The government agency instructed those who wish to take on the viral challenge to attempt the dance in a safe and non-public road and to avoid dancing in incoming traffic.

Even the Bengaluru Police had cautioned people against taking part in the challenge.

On Friday the National Transportation Safety Board issued a statement on the challenge, tweeting "No call, no text, no update, and certainly no dance challenge is worth a human life". In Florida, violators could be hit with a $1,000 fine, per the Guardian; Cairo police have arrested a university student who decided it would be fun to try, Egypt Independent reports.

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