Kiki Challenge has become a rage and millions of people are taking up the challenge and putting up the videos. Well, some are really funny but some challenges taken up by people went wrong and left them in some problems. However, after such incidents being reported, the concerned authorities or the police department have clearly refused to do this in order to avoid any problems. But it seems people are not taking the warning seriously and doing it.
The people behind the YouTube channel Funcho Entertainment are in trouble with the RPF after they posted this compilation video to their page last week.
Nishant Rajendra Shah aged 20, Dhruv Anil Shah aged 23, and Shyam Rajkumar Sharma aged 24 are caught by the Railway Protection Force (RPF) at Virar, Mumbai for their video which shows them performing many versions of the challenge. One of them is being done while they were boarding on a moving train. In the video, one of the YouTube trio is seen dancing and running along a moving train, while the other two hung out the door to film him. Seriously? What is wrong with these guys?
As per Mid Day, Nishant is the founder of the channel and has been found by RPF after the video caught everyone’s attention.
The video which has gained a whopping 1.9 million views on YouTube. It is showing an ambulance in one of the scenes. According to a leading news daily, this ambulance finally led the RPF to Nishant and team which tracked down the owner of the ambulance and also nabbed the 3 youngsters yesterday.
Talking to a leading news portal, G N Mall, Virar RPF inspector says, “WITH THE HELP OF LOCAL INTELLIGENCE, WE TRACKED DOWN THE BOYS AND ARRESTED THEM UNDER SECTIONS 145(B), 147 AND 156 OF THE RAILWAYS ACT.”
The trio as a part of their sentence will have to clean up the Vasai railway station three times this week. Additionally, they will have to visit the railway stations from 11 am to 2 pm and 3 pm to 5 pm and request refrain people from doing such stunts. They will also have shoot a video of themselves while they are serving their punishment and submit it as proof to the court. Well, that shouldn’t be an issue for them. They are YouTubers, after all.