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Youth performs Kiki challenge on Mumbai local, RPF on alert


Kiki challenge has taken over the internet by storm. In this challenge one has to dance beside a moving vehicle which can be a car, bus and another equally enthusiastic person shoots the dance video and posts it online. The challenge sounds unharmed when you see two brothers are doing the Kiki challenge on their paddy with buffalo walking alongside. But a very disturbing video on youtube is now on the internet where a boy in his sixteen’s dancing alongside a Mumbai Local at CST station went viral on 30th July.

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The video was enough to get the attention of Railway authorities, which are now concerned that others will follow the boy’s action.

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The video where the youngster was uploaded on a channel called ‘Somu Stoodio’ on July 30. In the description box, the user has written, “This guy has taken this challenge to a new level. He performed this dance in a local Train in Mumbai and dance was amazing.”

The video had 1,388 views at the time it reached the press.

Don’t do the stunt
Speaking to mid-day, Sachin Bhalode, senior divisional security commissioner Central Railway said, “We’ve seen the footage uploaded by a [YouTube] user and I’ve asked my officials to find the man doing this Kiki dance challenge. Once we find him, we’ll book him under section 156 (Travelling on roof, step or engine of a train) of the Indian Railway Act. We consider this act as a stunt on the railways, which is dangerous to life. I’m also appealing to people to not perform this Kiki dance challenge. It is risky to your life.”

Cops’ warnings
Mumbai police had advised people on July 26 against taking up the Kiki challenge, by tweeting, “Not just a risk for you, but your actions can put a life of others at risk too. Desist from public nuisance or face the music!”. They even got cheeky in another tweet: ‘We love your safety and can’t leave it to be decided by Kiki!’. They displayed similar messages on the digital boards in the city: ‘Kiki is bored with her own challenge. Stop it! #GetIntoTheCar.’

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