"Stop...Get Into The Car": Mumbai Police Advise Against Kiki Challenge

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The Kiki Challenge, which went viral last month, involves dancing to a song from Drake.

However, some locals see this as just another fun challenge to participate in.

Unconscious, Anna was rushed to a nearby hospital, then airlifted to Iowa City, where she woke up in the ICU.

The 18-year-old from Bettendorf, Iowa was driving around town with friends on July 23 when she thought it would be fun to do the challenge.

But Worden, a lifelong dancer, was quickly knocked unconscious after stepping outside of the vehicle.

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"The last thing I remember was opening the door", Worden said. "So apparently I got out and tripped and fell and hit my head", she told the station. Anna had fractured her skull, had blood clots in her ear and bleeding in her brain - all from trying to take part in a viral trend. "I will always remember that", he said. Jaylen Norwood risked his life while doing the viral dance when he got hit by a vehicle. As soon as I got on the know about the ban on Kiki Challenge, I have taken out the video from my Instagram account, so that it will stop people from accepting the Kiki Challenge.

Police from around the world, including in India, Spain, the US, Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates, have warned people that the dance challenge is risky and people caught trying it could face criminal charges. "There are a time and place for everything, but our nation's highways and roadways are no place for the #inmyfeelings challenge", read the statement. #Distraction in any mode is unsafe & can be deadly. "Whether you are a driver, pilot, or operator, focus on safely operating your vehicle".

By the way, it's gotten so bad with this challenge that the National Transportation Safety Board felt the need to tweet that, yes, jumping out of moving cars is a stupid idea.

"Be more careful about the challenges and fads that are going around", she said. She says they may seem fun and easy but they could also be risky.

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