Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death in the U.S. Hopping out of a moving vehicle or jumping into lanes of traffic to show your dance moves is foolish and dangerous -- to you and those around you," writes the warning. 

While those in the Bay Area have far more experience in the art of "Ghost Riding The Whip," many embarking on the Shiggy-pioneered "In My Feelings" challenge tend to be new to the lifestyle. Though many young Instagram-star aspirant no doubt fancies themselves adept at multitasking, the reality is, even a momentary lapse can prove catastrophic. One Shiggy-wannabe recently found themselves locked in an Egyptian jail for attempting the challenge. Think about that, the next time you're planning on hopping on the latest craze. 

Imagine. You're walking down the street, minding your own business, only to look up and see a slow moving parent-owned minivan cruising toward you, while the hapless owner flounders desperately trying to prevent the inevitable. It's too late. You're hit, and as your head hits the concrete, you're ushered into whatever lies beneath, welcomed by the harmonious, angelic cries of "KEKE!!!!!!"