Florida man struck by auto while attempting 'In My Feelings' challenge

  • Florida man struck by auto while attempting 'In My Feelings' challenge

Florida man struck by auto while attempting 'In My Feelings' challenge

The dance challenge has prompted a number of police agencies across the world to issue warning advisories.

The brain behind this internet frenzy is comedian Shiggy Show, who posted a video of him dancing to the song on Instagram. Some are seen falling out of the cars, some bang on poles or some trip on the road. In one of the videos, a man was hit by a vehicle, while in another one, a woman had her purse stolen. Norwood said he planned to do the dance, jump on the hood of the vehicle and continue dancing. We must say that state police has done great job and they deserve appreciation.

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.

Several Indian and worldwide celebrities have taken this challenge and posted the videos on social media, inspiring millions of others to make their own videos.

Indian actors like Varun Sharma, Nora Fatehi, Karishma Sharma and Adah Sharma have also come out with their various dance moves. Hence if you are thinking going for challenge and before you lose your life performing this challenge, take a piece of advice from protectors who are making efforts to aware you. After that he went viral and everyone began trying to "Do the Shiggy". They request the people to dance on the floor and not the road. Desist from public nuisance or face the music!

The Halasuru Gate Traffic Police in Bengaluru recently deployed a "Yamaraja" on the roads to warn people of the dangers of traffic violations like not wearing a helmet and overspeeding.

In a tweet on Tuesday, the Gujarat police said, "Don't pass or accept Kiki Challenge".