Drake fans in Egypt can face jail time for doing the #InMyFeelingsChallenge

Kiki challenge is the new viral trend that youngsters are following on social media

Celebrities and Drake fans took to social media posting their own versions of the viral craze.

Those that attempt the challenge on a roadway could face fines.

The weird social media sensation, Kiki Challenge, has been leading to a number of accidents.

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

The dance challenge started by comedian Shiggy and inspired by Drake's song 'In My Feelings' off his Scorpion album quickly escalated from just simply dancing, to people jumping out of cars to and dancing beside the moving vehicle.

Norwood uploaded a video on Instagram account of him participating in the latest viral trend, the #InMyFeelings Challenge.

In India, police posted this warning to Facebook, encouraging participants to halt the sensation due to its risky nature. The Chandigarh, Uttar Pradesh and Jaipur Police also posted cautionary messages on their Twitter handles highlighting the risks of the dare.

A Drake fan in South Florida who took on the risky #InMyFeelingsChallenge was mowed down by a vehicle, but he suffered only minor scrapes and showed up on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to talk about it. Earlier, the Bengaluru Police has used tweets with references to popular sitcoms and web series to engage with the young citizens and spread awareness.

Even the Kolkata Traffic Police had once used the picture of The Beatles showing them walking on a zebra crossing with the line "If they can, why can't you?" to drive home the point of its use.

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