The In My Feelings challenge has taken over the social media. The thrill of getting out of a moving car and dancing to Drake's new song on the road, is what teens are enjoying these days. As fun and challenging it may look to youngsters, the Kiki challenge never pleased adults, including the police of many countries.
Recently, after three boys posted their #KikiChallenge video shot at a railway station on a moving train, a local court in Palghar, Maharashtra ordered them to clean the Vasai railway station for three days.
The video was shot by 24-year-old Shyam Sharma, 23-year-old Dhruv and 20-year-old Nishant at Western Railway's Vasai station. Uploaded a week ago, the video went viral with more than 2.2 million views.
A senior Railway Protection Force said that the boys were arrested and produced in Vasai railway court. The court ordered them to clean the station for three consecutive days and informed passengers to cease these stunts.
The official said, "The railway court ordered that the three men would clean all platforms of Vasai station from 11 am to 2 pm and then, between 3 pm to 5 pm, will create awareness among commuters of the dangers of stunts like the Kiki challenge."
"We arrested Shyam Sharma from a mall yesterday and he revealed the whereabouts of the other two, who too were arrested soon after. Sharma has previously worked in television serials while the other two have a channel on YouTube," the official added.
He also revealed that they had been arrested under sections 145 B (indecency or nuisance), 147 (entering railway premises or damaging property), 154 (endangering the safety of passengers) and 156 (performing stunts) of the Indian Railway Act.
Under the charges of these sections, they can face a jail term of one year and a fine of Rs 500.
So Kiki, do you still love me?
Stay safe, people!
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