Guy Sets Moving Car On Fire In Street As Part Of Kiki Challenge
The challenge involves someone jumping out of a moving car and then dancing along to Drake's hit In My Feelings and it has got increasingly ridiculous as time goes on, as these things usually do.
Now a guy from Tryumen in Russia has gone one step further with his interpretation of the online trend by setting his own car on fire. God, sometimes I just despair.
Sergey Palavinkin's version begins as most do, with him dancing alongside a moving car, only for the camera to pan out to show that his car is on fire, while his friends can be heard laughing in the background.
In the clip the car slowly rolls down the street letting off a stream of thick, black smoke, before one of his pals run up and jumps up onto the back of the it. Bloody hell, they're an odd bunch, aren't they?
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According to local media, Sergey was arrested shortly after the incident and spent the night in police custody.
One news outlet reported that silly Sergey lost his passport, driver's licence and phone in the car, however, it failed to mention if this was an accident or part of his bizarre plan from the get go.
After the clip surfaced online people rushed to slag off Sergey branding him an 'idiot' and a 'moron', while another wrote: "This generation is simply lost." Deep.
Sergey isn't the only guy to attempt the Kiki Challenge under, er, challenging circumstances, earlier this month one of the FBI's 10 most wanted criminals - who was wanted in connection with two murders - decided to give it a blast while he was being extradited for his crimes.
Antwan Mims was finally caught by cops in Georgia this month, but as he was being lead to an aeroplane ahead of his extradition, he clocked the cameras on him, cracked a smile and began to start miming driving a car while dancing along. I don't care about any other crimes he's accused of, he surely needs locking up for that?
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